Whereas Chrysler had entered into an agreement with Fiat before its case began in the bankruptcy court, General Motors is attempting to reorganize without such prior arrangements, with the help of financing from the treasury, which is providing $30 billion to allow the company to continue to operate while it is in bankruptcy. This is in addition to the $20 billion previously given to GM.
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