*Obama says GM, Chrysler 'not there yet' *White House auto announcement scheduled for Monday *GM, Chrysler have not completed debt-reduction deals By John Crawley and Kevin Krolicki WASHINGTON, March 29 (Reuters) - Struggling U.S. automakers have not done enough to save themselves, President Barack Obama said, a day before the White House is expected to offer General Motors Corp and Chrysler LLC some additional aid and tough new targets to finish the job. "They're not there yet," ...
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