Chrysler plant funding dispute aired with Geithner


By David Bailey DETROIT, March 27 (Reuters) - A U.S. congressman has asked the Obama autos task force to withhold further emergency aid to Chrysler until the automaker resolves a financial dispute with an Indiana county stemming from a failed plant project. U.S. Representative Dan Burton, a Republican whose district includes the site, wants Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner to withhold additional aid until Chrysler puts a plan on the table that would make Tipton County whole for costs ...

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