WRAPUP 4-US to give GM, Chrysler more time; GM CEO forced out


* GM has 60 days to restructure with new capital * Chrysler 30 days to work on possible Fiat deal * Obama administration asked GM's Wagoner to leave * Peugeot CEO fired (Updates with govt official comments) By John Crawley and Kevin Krolicki WASHINGTON, March 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp , whose chief executive was forced out by the Obama administration on Sunday, and Chrysler LLC will each be given capital and time to accelerate their attempts to restructure and survive, ...

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