CHICAGO — Weeks of intense negotiations with Detroit’s 48 unions could be for nought as the tentative contracts don’t generate enough savings to stave off a state takeover or prevent the city from going broke by April, according to a new fiscal analysis. 

The report, written by the Detroit City Council’s fiscal analysis division, comes just days before a state review team is set to report to Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder the results of its 60-day review of the city’s books.

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