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A Closer Look (Bailout or Bankruptcy) #912182

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 17, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) A closer look at what to do about the Big Three American automakers introduced; details given about the Senate bailout package being considered.

(Chicago: Chris Bury) The bankruptcy option for the auto industry examined; details given about what bankruptcy could mean for GM contracts and about possibly dropping some brands. [GM CEO Rick WAGONER, Senator Carl LEVIN, Governor Jennifer GRANHOLM - speak about the auto industry.] [NYU school of law professor Michael LEVINE†- says bankruptcy means reorganization and a GM down the road that could support itself.] [Automotive journalist Paul INGRASSIA†- suggests focusing on the successful brands.]

Gibson, Charles;
Bury, Chris

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