US officials say Chrysler-Fiat deal still not certain


ST LOUIS, Missouri, April 29 (Reuters) - The Obama administration said on Wednesday it did not know if a deal would be struck between U.S. auto-maker Chrysler LLC and Italy's Fiat , but it hoped a path could still be found toward viability. "I don't know if a deal is going to be finished or when a deal might be finished," White House spokesman Robert Gibbs told reporters aboard Air Force One on the way to Missouri, where President Barack Obama was due to hold a town hall meeting to mark ...

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