Automakers to Washington: It's Crunch Time
A day before General Motors (GM) was expected to report a nearly $4 billion loss for its latest quarter, top executives of GM, Ford (F), Chrysler, and the United Auto Workers union came to Washington to press their case for at least $25 billion in federal loans. Without the help, the car companies argued, they may not survive 2009.
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