RPT-A strike at Delphi could push GM to empty-analysts


(Repeats to add dropped word "of" in first paragraph) By Jui Chakravorty DETROIT, March 31 (Reuters) - General Motors' Corp. could be forced to shut its North American operations at a cost of $1 billion a week or more if a strike hits Delphi Corp., analysts said on Friday. Bankrupt Delphi Corp. asked a U.S. bankruptcy court on Friday to void its U.S. labor contracts and reject unprofitable supplier deals with GM, covering about half the automaker's North American annual purchase ...

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