By David Bailey CHICAGO, May 31 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp.'s relationships with its U.S. parts suppliers, never particularly cordial, have worsened, a study released Tuesday has found. Suppliers gave GM, struggling to stem market share losses, lower marks for timely and candid talks with parts makers than last year, according to the annual study by consulting firm Planning Perspectives Inc. "General Motors' supplier working relationships are now clearly and unequivocally the ...
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