* Obama says debtholders appear ready to make concessions * Obama says Chrysler bankruptcy contingency necessary * Obama believes GM can emerge from restructuring (adds GM, bankruptcy contingency) WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama said Wednesday he was optimistic that Chrysler would be able to restructure and emerge as a viable company but the possibility of bankruptcy remained. Speaking at a White House news conference one day before a government-imposed deadline ...
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