Automakers Seek $25 Billion In Federal Loans Detroit's auto makers are campaigning to get at least $25 billion in low-cost loans from the federal government. The industry says the funds will help U.S. automakers retool their factories and produce more fuel efficient cars.

Automakers Seek $25 Billion In Federal Loans

Automakers Seek $25 Billion In Federal Loans

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Detroit's auto makers are campaigning to get at least $25 billion in low-cost loans from the federal government. The industry says the funds will help U.S. automakers retool their factories and produce more fuel efficient cars.

Dustin Dwyer of Michigan Radio reports.

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