* Obama administration asked Wagoner to leave * Obama says GM, Chrysler 'not there yet' on restructuring * GM, Chrysler have not completed debt-reduction deals (Updates with Wagoner's resignation) By John Crawley and Kevin Krolicki WASHINGTON, March 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp Chief Executive Rick Wagoner resigned under pressure from the Obama administration on Sunday as the government prepared to announce a second bailout for the company and its smaller rival Chrysler LLC. ...
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