SCENARIOS-What's next in U.S. auto industry bailout?


By Soyoung Kim DETROIT, March 27 (Reuters) - There are a number of scenarios President Barack Obama can follow on Monday when he unveils the next phase of the government's bailout plan for troubled U.S. automakers [ID:nWBT010966]. The government has set March 31 as the deadline for General Motors Corp and Chrysler LLC to show they are worthy of up to $22 billion in taxpayer money, in addition to the $17.4 billion they have already received since the start of the year. * OFFERS LIMITED ...

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