NEW YORK General Motors Corp. has agreed to lend Delphi Corp. an additional $300 million as the auto parts supplier struggles to get out of bankruptcy protection, according to a court filing.
Delphi said in a filing Wednesday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York that pending court approval, GM would increase its loan to the parts supplier to $950 million from $650 million so Delphi can maintain a minimum level of liquidity.
The original $650 million was supposed to have been repaid when Delphi emerged from bankruptcy protection.
A hearing before U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Robert Drain was scheduled for Aug. 26.
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