* Needs time to negotiate plan with bondholders * Proposal puts burden on bondholders to come up with cash By Tom Hals WILMINGTON, Del., April 29 (Reuters) - Bankrupt auto parts maker Visteon Corp asked a court to prevent competing plans of reorganization from being proposed during what it says may be final talks with creditors, according to a court filing. The Van Buren Township, Michigan-based company wants to have the exclusive right to file a plan extended to June 29. Unsecured ...
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