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November 12, 2008 5:49 PM

Can Congress save the U.S. auto industry?

The lame-duck Congress is expected to reconvene next week with a bid to help the ailing Detroit carmakers, and lawmakers are weighing initiatives that could provide as much as $50 billion in new assistance. But no legislative decisions have been made, and the principal players are saying nothing publicly.

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