Electronics Production | June 08, 2009

GM: Bosch is biggest European creditor

The German automotive supplier Bosch is the biggest creditor (trade debt) of the insolvent U.S. car maker General Motors - with around €46.90 million.
According to court documents, the car manufacturer General Motors owes around $66.25 million (€46.90 million) to German automotive supplier Bosch. Bosch is placed on position 8 of the 50 biggest creditors of the company. Continental is ranked 21 - with around $15.54 million (€11 million).

More creditors of the car manufacturer:

Image Source: AP
Chart Source: from Court Documents


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