BEIJING, June 1 (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said on Monday that he was optimistic that U.S. automakers would emerge from bankruptcy without the need for future government help. "We want a quick, clean exit as soon as conditions permit," Geithner told students at Peking University in Beijing. "We're very optimitic these firms will emerge (from restructuring) without further government assistance." General Motors Corp will file for bankruptcy on Monday, U.S. ...
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