Automakers Close to a $15 Billion Bailout Agreement

Rob Sturtz
December 8, 2008

The latest news on the US auto bailout is that Congress and the White House are close to having a $15 billion deal hammered out for GM, Chrysler and Ford. The deal is contingent on the automakers being able to demonstrate to legislators a path to sustainability.

The latest word is that a deal may be reached as soon as today. Senator Christopher Dodd has been vocal in the last day to suggest that if the automakers receive the loan from the government, they should consider replacing their top management. Dodd told ABC's Good Morning America Monday, "It is not my job to hire and fire, but what I'm trying to suggest is that you need to have new teams in place".

Rob Sturtz

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Rob Sturtz is an automotive expert at RepairPal, the leading online source of auto repair resources and estimates. With many ASE Master certified mechanics on staff who have decades of experience, RepairPal knows all the fine points of car repair.

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