* Sale to Fiat expected to take place * Judge expected to overrule more than 340 objections * Sale frees company of $6.9 bln loans, retiree benefits * Judge credited for swiftly hearing arguments By Tom Hals NEW YORK, May 27 (Reuters) - Chrysler looks set to clear its last major hurdle in its sprint through bankruptcy court on Wednesday, when a judge is expected to overrule more than 340 objections and approve its sale to a group that includes Fiat. Less than 30 days after it ...
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