By Gilles Castonguay MILAN, June 27 (Reuters) - The mounting trouble for U.S. automakers has cost them any chance of winning more than partial help from a foreign investor or overseas rival. Bankers and analysts say Detroit-based automakers could still find partners for limited tie-ups but caution it could prove impossible to find a deep pocket overseas for the cash the U.S. industry could need to ride out the current downturn. European and Asian automakers are investing in more ...
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