Chrysler LLC’s claim that combining its forces with General Motors Corp. would save the domestic industry could spur President Obama’s auto industry taskforce to examine the issue. But experts warn against a shotgun wedding. “It’s always going to be on the table, but it still doesn’t make a lot of sense,” says Peter Morici, a professor of business and public policy at the University of Maryland. “(GM Chairman and CEO) Rick Wagoner is facing enough challenges downsizing his own business.” ...

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