The U.S. Chamber of Commerce critiqued the Obama administration's decision to provide addition support to General Motors, worrying that the government had already unduly influenced the automaker's operations.

The leading business group apparently did not take the administration's claims Sunday night that it wanted to be as uninvolved as possible in GM's operations at face value.

"Our biggest concern with the restructuring plan expected to be announced later today is the potential for governments and unions to influence production, product, workforce, and management decisions in ways that could jeopardize the automakers