DETROIT (AP) — Former Michigan Treasurer Andy Dillon has finished his testimony in Detroit's bankruptcy trial with no questions from city attorneys.

Dillon returned to the witness chair for 90 minutes Thursday, answering questions from lawyers for pension funds and retired city employees. He says there was no plan to liquidate Detroit.

Dillon says the city "will need to carry on and move forward." Unions and pension funds are challenging Detroit's eligibility to remake itself in bankruptcy court, claiming emergency manager Kevyn Orr failed to hold good-faith negotiations before the July filing.

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