General Motors' Top Trade Creditors


General Motors filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in New York Monday.

The following is the list of the largest trade creditors:

Name of creditor             Type                    Amount

Wilmington Trust           bond debt          $22.76 billion

Deutsche Bank             bond debt            $4.44 billion

Bank of New York          bond debt           $176 million

Starcom Mediavest       trade debt           $121.5 million

Delphi Corp                  trade debt           $110.9 million

Robert Bosch GmbH     trade debt            $66.2 million

Lear Corp                    trade debt             $44.8 million

Renco Group Inc          trade debt             $37.3 million

Enterprise Rent A Car   trade debt             $33.1 million

Johnson Controls         trade debt             $32.8 million

Denso Corp                 trade debt             $29.2 million

TRW Automotive          trade debt             $27.5 million

Magna International    trade debt             $26.7 million

American Axle & Mfg    trade debt            $26.7 million

Maritz Inc.                   trade debt             $25.6 million

Publicis Groupe            trade debt             $25.3 million

Hewlett-Packard            trade debt             $17 million

Interpublic Group         trade debt             $16 million

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And GM says it does not have any new parties lining up to bid on the company's assets, an attorney for the company said Monday.

"There will be a hearing scheduled by the court to consider the proposed sale under section 363 of the bankruptcy code," said Stephen Karotkin, of Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP. "I'm not aware of any other parties who are interested to purchase substantially all of the assets of the company."

A 363 sale is the sale of an asset clear of any claims by creditors.