Forbes Revisits Pay Gap Between German Carmakers and the US

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Forbes has published a follow-up article on their 2011 look at how German carmakers are able to pay their workers twice as much and still take in double the profits of their American competitors. The average German auto worker gets an average salary of $67.14 per hour while in America …

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By Boris Schmidt “ELECTROMOBILITY IS A TASK OF THE CENTURY”, says Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn. “We must ensure we meet the fundamental need for mobility in a more resource-independent, more environmentally friendly and more sustainable way,” stresses Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel. At the Federal Government’s electromobility summit in May 2011, …
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