EXCLUSIVE-Potential GM bankruptcy plan includes company split

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NEW YORK, March 31 (Reuters) - A possible bankruptcy plan being discussed for General Motors Corp includes quickly forming a new company of the automaker's most profitable parts, while a group of other units would remain under bankruptcy protection, a source told Reuters on Tuesday. Under the plan, old components not included in the new GM, such as Saturn and Hummer, would remain in bankruptcy over a longer period of time to be sold or wound down, said the source. The U.S. automaker ...

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