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Troubled Auto Suppliers Get Up To $5 Billion From U.S. Government, But Credit Improvement Is Still A Long Way Off Product Image

Troubled Auto Suppliers Get Up To $5 Billion From U.S. Government, But Credit Improvement Is Still A Long Way Off

  • Published: March 2009
  • Region: United States
  • Standard & Poors

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Research Type: Commentary
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Abstract
On March 19, 2009, the U.S. Treasury Department announced a new $5 billion program intended to provide much-needed liquidity to the domestic auto suppliers. This is the latest federal government initiative aimed at supporting the ailing automotive sector, efforts that READ MORE >

Delphi Automotive LLP

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