July 29 (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to Detroit on Friday is meant to highlight progress at General Motors Co [GM.UL] and Chrysler since their government-sponsored bankruptcies, and his administration's vision for a greener economy. The two U.S. automakers have been underpinned by more than $62 billion in direct bailout and bankruptcy assistance since 2009 and are transforming their operations to make more fuel-efficient cars and trucks. The following are updates on ...
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