GM bondholders expect to meet with US autos team

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By Kevin Krolicki DETROIT, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Representatives of General Motors Corp's bondholders expect to meet with the U.S. government task force overseeing the rescue and restructuring of the auto industry, a person familiar with the matter said on Friday. No date has been set for the meeting, which would come after closed-door discussions over the past week between the autos task force and representatives from GM, Ford Motor Co and Chrysler LLC, the person said. U.S. Treasury ...

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