As General Motors Corp. inches closer toward acquiring Chrysler LLC by lobbying the U.S. government for billions of dollars to support the merger, experts say it won’t be as difficult as first thought to sell the deal in Washington or on the plant floor. “There’s only one way to sell it: jobs can be saved, which are in jeopardy right now,” says Gary Chaison, a professor of industrial relations at Clark University in Worcester, MA. GM and Chrysler parent Cerberus Capital Management LP ...
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