*More GM bondholders ready to support restructuring *Bondholders stand to profit if GM approaches Ford value By Kevin Krolicki DETROIT, May 29 (Reuters) - In a sudden turnaround of sentiment, General Motors Corp bondholders are focusing more on what they have to gain from the automaker's restructuring than what they stand to lose. That marks a sharp change in tone from months of complaints that the Obama administration was bullying creditors in GM's bankruptcy-in-the-making because ...
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