CHRONOLOGY-General Motors credit rating history

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NEW YORK, March 1 (Reuters) - Fitch Ratings downgraded General Motors Corp. ratings deeper into junk status on Wednesday. Fitch cut GM's senior debt and issuer default ratings to "B," five notches below investment grade, from "B-plus." GM, saddled with increasing health care and pension costs for current employees and retirees, has seen its share of domestic markets shrink in the face of growing competition from foreign car manufacturers. The following is a chronology of past ratings ...

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