Obama hopeful about Chrysler deal with Fiat


ARNOLD, Missouri, April 29 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Wednesday he was hoping a merger would be worked out between U.S. automaker Chrysler LLC and Italy's Fiat but said he was not sure "if the deal is going to get done." "We're hoping we can get a merger where the taxpayers will put in some money to sweeten the deal but ultimately the goal is -- we get out the business of building cars and Chrysler goes and starts creating the cars that consumers want," Obama said in a ...

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