GM finds U.S. task force willing to understand plight


WASHINGTON, Feb 26 (Reuters) - The Obama administration's autos task force demonstrated a "genuine willingness" on Thursday to understand the plight of General Motors Corp and the restructuring plan it has submitted to the government, the company said. "Today's meeting with the presidential task force on autos was just the beginning of the hard work ahead for GM and the president's team," GM said in a statement that was released after top executives, including CEO Rick Wagoner, met with ...

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