-- Paul Ingrassia is deputy editor in chief of Reuters. The views expressed are his own -- By Paul Ingrassia NEW YORK, May 26 (Reuters) - History repeated itself this week, more or less. Back in 1983 Chrysler, recovering from virtual bankruptcy three years earlier, paid off $1.2 billion in government-guaranteed loans seven years before they were due. On Tuesday Chrysler, recovering from actual bankruptcy in 2009, repaid $7.6 billion in loans made directly by the U.S. government six years ...
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