* Sale hearing continues; Chrysler CEO to testify * Judge expected to overrule hundreds of objections * Opponents planning appeals By Tom Hals NEW YORK, May 28 (Reuters) - Chrysler will return to bankruptcy court on Thursday for the likely approval of the sale of most of its operations to a group that includes Fiat, although hundreds of objections were still scheduled to be heard. The automaker seeks approval to sell its stronger operations to a "New Chrysler" owned by Italy's Fiat ...
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