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The Giant Automakers that Couldn't
On Monday, Congressional Democrats
drafted a proposal to provide the crumbling U.S. automakers with $15 billion in short-term emergency aid
. Included in the the plan were provisions for a "
," who would monitor the industry's renovation.If the proposal is approved, one automaker won't be asking for money. According to the
, Ford Motor Company announced that it wasn't facing the same "
near liquidity issue
" as Chrysler and G.M., and therefore wouldn't seek short term aid.You can read the complete text of the congressional discussion draft
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