By Jui Chakravorty DETROIT, Nov 17 (Reuters) - As General Motors Corp. considers contingency plans in light of a potential strike at its main auto parts supplier, analysts fear a walkout could cost the troubled auto maker billions of dollars. Bankrupt Delphi Corp. plans to ask the court to void labor contracts with its unions if a deal is not reached by Dec. 16, and analysts are worried a strike could shut down some GM and Delphi plants. United Auto Workers leader Ron Gettelfinger on ...
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