By David Bailey CHICAGO, March 24 (Reuters) - A committee for unsecured creditors in Delphi Corp.'s bankruptcy on Friday demanded General Motors Corp. documents detailing ties to its former parts unit dating back to 1997. GM is seeking unsecured creditor status in a bid to offset up to $12 billion of costs from wage and benefit agreements it made for the Delphi spin off. The creditors plan to challenge GM's claim, which could reduce recoveries they might receive from the reorganization. ...
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