By Jui Chakravorty DETROIT, March 31 (Reuters) - General Motors' Corp. could be forced to shut its North American operations at a cost $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 volume. The United Auto Workers union (UAW) said it would be ...
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