(Recasts, adds details throughout, changes dateline, previous DETROIT) NEW YORK, July 27 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp.'s finance arm could have trouble providing funding support for the auto maker over the long term if access to the unsecured debt market remains impaired by its junk credit ratings, the lender's chairman said on Wednesday. "If there's a problem, it relates to impaired access to the unsecured markets," Eric Feldstein, chairman of General Motors Acceptance Corp., said on ...
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