* Chrysler likely to lose more U.S. market share * New Chrysler saddled with old lineup for a while By David Bailey DETROIT, May 27 (Reuters) - Chrysler is on the verge of a Motor City miracle: a make-over in bankruptcy that will bring in new management under Italy's Fiat SpA and its highly touted small car technology. Rescued from liquidation with $8.6 billion of emergency U.S. government loans and bankruptcy financing, Chrysler has been given a new lease on life. But what's next? ...
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