In its bankruptcy petition, G.M. said it had $82.3 billion in assets and $172.8 billion in debts.
Its largest creditors were the Wilmington Trust Company, representing a group of bondholders holding $22.8 billion in debts, and affiliates of the United Auto Workers union, representing nearly $20.6 billion in employee obligations.
Here’s the filing:
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