William Diem

Paris-based automotive journalist

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Automotive journalist, based in Paris, France

William Diem on KCRW

The Big Three bailout  passed the House  but stalled in the Senate today, even after Barack Obama warned that collapse of the auto industry would have "a devastating ripple effect"…

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The Big Three bailout passed the House but stalled in the Senate today, even after Barack Obama warned that collapse of the auto industry would have "a devastating ripple effect"…

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After a  compromise  between Democrats and the Bush White House, Congress passed the  $14 billion Big Three bailout  bill last night.

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After a compromise between Democrats and the Bush White House, Congress passed the $14 billion Big Three bailout bill last night.

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