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Economy: Auto Industry / GM, Chrysler #934175

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 17, 2009
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Detroit: Phil LeBeau) The survival plans submitted by General Motors and Chrysler, who are asking for more bailout money, examined; details given about the role of restructuring expert Ron Bloom††. [Auto analyst Rebecca LINDLAND†- says it should not be at the price of the American consumer.] [Voice of Chrysler CEO Robert NARDELLI†- says we have to have a shared sacrifice.] [Restructuring expert Peter KAUFMAN†- comments on the threat of bankruptcy.] The UAW’s agreement to re-work their labor contracts noted.

Williams, Brian;
LeBeau, Phil

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