By John Crawley WASHINGTON, Jan 25 (Reuters) - About half of the dealerships closed or targeted for closure by General Motors Co and Chrysler have appealed to an arbitration panel to reverse those decisions. The American Arbitration Association (AAA) said 1,401 franchises had filed paperwork ahead of Monday's midnight EST deadline. More applications could land before the deadline. Regional panels will vet the cases, according to AAA senior vice president India Johnson. Franchises in ...
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