By Soyoung Kim DETROIT, Nov 24 (Reuters) - While Detroit's automakers prepare revised pleas in a bid to secure $25 billion in federal loans, investors in their suppliers could emerge as the real winners from any government rescue for the embattled industry. Bailout or not, General Motors Corp's remaining $2.2 billion in market capitalization could be all but wiped out by the next phase of its restructuring as it looks to reduce its $43 billion debt, analysts have said. Lawmakers are ...
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