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GM’s bankrupt predecessor helps customers get the $10 billion compensation


General Motors customers gained a new friend in their run for the compensation worth $10 billion. The automaker’s bankrupt predecessor says that the ignition switch defects were illegally hidden from the GM drivers since 2009. A trust fund from which the bankrupt company’s creditors get paid asked a judge to put aside the earlier rulings that allowed the now-profitable GM to ...
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