ANALYSIS-UAW, gov't control of US automakers seen a big risk


* Government interference likely to be a major concern * Companies seen likely asking for more aid * UAW faces huge conflicts of interest By Nick Carey DETROIT, April 30 (Reuters) - The prospect that both Chrysler LLC and General Motors Corp are about to fall under the control of the United Auto Workers Union and the U.S. government is seen by few as a recipe for the success of either automaker. To strong believers in free markets it is just about the worst possible outcome -- the ...

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