UPDATE 1-Obama, aides say US automakers on track


* White House adviser says industry 'truly coming back' * Obama to visit GM, Chrysler plants in Detroit (Recasts, adds briefing details, UAW) By Caren Bohan and John Crawley WASHINGTON, July 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Co [GM.UL] and Chrysler are now on an "orderly course" a year after their government-brokered bankruptcies, with the Obama administration hopeful GM can seek a public offering of shares this year. A report released by the White House one day before President Barack ...

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