Washington (AP) Today is the deadline for the big three automakers to give congress their plans to keep from going under.
In exchange for 25 billion dollars in loans, congress is demanding the financially ailing automakers provide specifics on how they'll get on the road to economic viability.
In separate reports, General Motors, Ford and Chrysler are expected to provide detailed plans that could touch on cutting executives pay, refinancing debt, getting concessions from union workers and possibly selling off some of their brands.
The heads of the big three say they won't use corporate jets to get to Washington for congressional hearings later this week.
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