GM, Chrsyler meet with dealers and lawmakers
Published 09/30/2009, The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — General Motors and Chrysler met Wednesday on Capitol Hill with dealers and U.S. lawmakers as talks began on the companies' plans to close around 3,000 dealerships as part of the automakers' restructuring following bankruptcy.Word count: 656
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