ANALYSIS-Chrysler bankruptcy illustrates potholes for GM


* Chrysler filing raises stake for GM bondholders * GM bondholders demanding 58 pct equity in new GM * GM's position: bondholders get 10 pct or bankruptcy By Soyoung Kim DETROIT, April 30 (Reuters) - Chrysler's bankruptcy filing underscores just how difficult it would be for General Motors Corp to complete its own restructuring deals with key stakeholders and avoid the same fate as its smaller rival. Chrysler's failure to obtain approval from all 45 of its lending institutions to ...

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