UPDATE 2-Visteon warns on debt compliance after wider loss


* Says uncertain of remaining in debt compliance * Exploring options to address future liquidity needs * Q4 loss per share widens to $2.53 (Adds background on industry crisis, bailout request, byline) By Soyoung Kim DETROIT, Feb 25 (Reuters) - Car parts maker Visteon Corp warned on Wednesday that it might breach its debt covenants following a wider quarterly loss and said it was considering divesting substantial assets to address liquidity needs. Visteon, the struggling former ...

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