Obama Says Automakers Not Moving 'Fast Enough'
President Obama makes remarks on the American uutomotive industry in the Grand Foyer of the White House. From left are, National Economic Council Deputy Gene Sperling, Vice President Biden's economic adviser Jared Bernstein, National Economic Council head Lawrence Summers, Budget Director Peter Orszag, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, the president, Ed Montgomery, who will lead assistance efforts to cities and towns that depend on the auto industry, and Commerce Secretary Gary Locke. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
The president gives GM and Chrysler new deadlines to complete new turnaround plans. Read the full story, by William Branigin and Peter Whoriskey.
Posted at 1:04 PM ET on Mar 30, 2009
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