CHICAGO, Aug 31 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. likely will help bail out struggling parts supplier Delphi Corp. in part to ensure smooth launches of sport utility vehicles that are key to GM's own turnaround, analysts said in reports on Wednesday. Still, a risk remains that Delphi, GM and the unions representing Delphi workers will be unable to reach a deal in the time Delphi has allotted, and Delphi's U.S. operations may file for bankruptcy, analysts said. "We remain confident GM will ...
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