Chrysler has repaid $6.7 billion in emergency loans from U.S. and Canadian governments, the auto maker announces today. “Less than two years ago, we made a commitment to repay the U.S. and Canadian taxpayers in full and today we made good on that promise,” CEO Sergio Marchionne says in a statement. “The loans gave us a rare second chance to demonstrate what the people of this company can deliver, and we owe a debt of gratitude to those whose intervention allowed Chrysler to re-establish ...
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