DETROIT – General Motors Corp. executives remain confident the U.S. government will release to the industry $25 billion in available loans to improve fuel efficiency, despite deepening troubles on Wall Street. “It’s two different spaces, two different issues. And the better we keep that separate in people’s minds, the better opportunity we have,” says Troy Clarke, president-GM North America. The financial industry’s meltdown continued this week with the Federal Reserve on Tuesday ...

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