WINDSOR, ON, Canada – Chrysler no longer is indebted to governments after repaying $6.7 billion in emergency loans this month, but it remains beholden to North American suppliers by implied agreement, the auto maker’s CEO says. The government-backed financial-aid packages that rescued Chrysler from bankruptcy in 2009 were “a social contract,” Sergio Marchionne says. And the deals included terms that were “unspoken in a lot of ways.” The auto maker’s acceptance of loans from U.S. and ...

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