Obama Asks Bush to Provide Help for Automakers

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Business

 

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Gerald H

 

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December 22, 2011

 

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University

 

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Obama and Congressional Democrats dropped their opposition to a free-trade agreement with Colombia, a measure for which Mr. Bush has long fought, people familiar with the discussion said. The Bush administration, which has presided over a major intervention in the financial industry, has balked at allowing the automakers to tap into the $700 billion bailout fund, despite warnings last week that General Motors might not survive the year...
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Obama and Congressional Democratic leaders say the bailout law authorizes the administration to extend assistance. Mr. Obama went into his post-election meeting with Mr. Bush on Monday primed to urge him to support emergency aid to the auto industry, advisers to Mr. Obama said. But Democrats also indicate that neither Mr...
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