The $4 billion bridge loan Chrysler LLC received last week from the Troubled Asset Relief Program is enough to ensure the struggling auto maker’s near-term survival, says its chief financial officer. The emergency financing is “consistent with the current selling and production schedule we have for the first quarter,” Ron Kulka says today during a teleconference called to discuss Chrysler’s latest sales results. The auto maker recorded 89,353 total deliveries for December, a staggering ...
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