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The chief executives from the nation’s three largest automakers left Washington on Thursday empty-handed after spending three days pleading for a $25 billion bailout.
With no government assistance, the companies and millions of U.S. jobs are in question, including close to 400 jobs here in Shelby County.
The leaders of Ford, GM and Chrysler came before a Senate panel this week asking for funds to help the companies stay solvent during the current economic crisis.
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