General Motors and Chrysler closed more than 2,000 car dealerships as part of their efforts to cut costs and become profitable once again. Lawmakers on Capitol Hill have brokered a plan that allows dealers who are being shut down to appeal through an arbitration process. This plan replaces an earlier proposal that would have forced the car companies to reopen dealerships as a condition for receiving federal aid.
Congress Proposes Arbitration For Car Dealers
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