Japanese bank loan talks fail

Treece, James B.
September 1996
Automotive News;9/2/1996, Vol. 71 Issue 5676, p2
Trade Publication
Reports that General Motors Corp. and Chrysler Corp. have withdrawn separate loan applications from the Export-Import Bank of Japan.


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