(Repeats story issued May 27 with no changes to text or headline) By Jui Chakravorty Das and Kevin Krolicki NEW YORK/DETROIT, May 27 (Reuters) - What's cheaper than a fire sale? Answer: A government give-away. After months of dead-end dealmaking in the collapsing auto industry, acquirers are finally lining up to make a run at the assets being spun off from struggling U.S. automakers led by General Motors Corp . The only hitch, according to bankers and analysts, is that they don't ...
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