Economy

May 8, 2009 5:44 PM

Parts suppliers sweat as GM restructuring deadline nears

General Motors' downward spiral has led dozens of auto parts companies into bankruptcy in the last year. In the coming weeks, many survivors on the financial brink must choose how best to ride out what is coming: Take Washington's hand or swim for themselves.

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