OTTAWA, March 30 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp and Chrysler LLC [CBS.UL] have asked the Canadian and Ontario governments for up to C$11.5 billion ($9.1 billion) in total loans, Canadian officials said on Monday. The officials were briefing reporters as they disclosed plans to lend C$4 billion in bridge financing to the Canadian branches of General Motors and Chrysler -- C$3 billion to GM and C$1 billion to Chrysler. The companies' longer-term requests, which had been provided earlier, ...
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