DETROIT, Oct 30 (Reuters) - A potential merger between General Motors Corp and Chrysler LLC could result in the closing of at least four more of the No. 3 U.S automaker's factories while 16 of its vehicle models were at risk of being eliminated, according to a study by Grant Thornton. A merger between GM and Chrysler is the best option under the circumstances, said Kimberly Rodriguez, principal of Grant Thornton's automotive practice. "It's not optimal but positive in the current ...
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