* Early sale of core assets could be key * Shift away from traditional in-bankruptcy restructuring * Sale hearing expected within weeks By Caroline Humer NEW YORK, April 30 (Reuters) - Chrysler LLC's plan to emerge from bankruptcy hinges on an increasingly popular restructuring move -- the early sale of core assets into a separate company -- and that move, while controversial, may end up being what makes it work. Chrysler filed for bankruptcy protection in Manhattan bankruptcy ...
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