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After years of political discontent, the French president is pumping up his poll numbers and winning trade deals.
The international community objected strongly as Israel moved settlers in and longtime Palestinian residents out.
Groups opposed to the decision have until Thursday to appeal it.
Surging demand for cars in rapidly growing nations will mean a robust car industry in 20 years. The US will have a piece of it – though smaller than today – and the models it turns out will be much greener as the iconic industry reinvents itself.
The automaker got key concessions from bondholders this weekend to help smooth bankruptcy proceedings, which are expected to begin Monday.
The company hopes to shrink its current pool of 5,969 dealers to about 3,600 by 2010.
Sergio Marchionne, a jazz-loving Italian businessman who helped turn around the Italian carmaker, is poised to be the next CEO of Chrysler.
It will also cut Pontiac, as well as more jobs. But if dealerships and bondholders don't agree to the changes, bankruptcy looms.