DETROIT, March 30 (Reuters) - The U.S. task force overseeing the restructuring of the auto industry on Monday said the plans submitted by General Motors Corp and Chrysler failed to show how they could be viable. GM will receive 60 days of additional working capital to resolve the situation and Chrysler, about 80 percent controlled by private equity firm Cerberus Capital Management [CBS.UL], will have 30 days to complete an alliance with Fiat SpA . The task force said an expedited ...
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