* GM, Chrysler restructuring plans rejected; GM CEO out * Obama says U.S. does not want to run GM * Germany, Britain and Spain in new lender rescues * Stocks in U.S., Europe fall more than 3 pct; Japan drops (For more on the global financial crisis, click [nCRISIS]) By Brian Moss NEW YORK, March 30 (Reuters) - The United States rejected rescue plans from General Motors and Chrysler on Monday, rekindling concern the automakers could go bankrupt, while three European governments ...
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