GM's woes could hurt A123Systems, but won't disrupt Compact Power

On July 2nd, GM's shares fell to a 54-year low, causing Merrill Lynch to say that bankruptcy is "not impossible" if the U.S. auto market continues to slump, according to Reuters. Which battery manufacturers would be most affected if GM suddenly went the way of the dodo? As we mentioned in a November...

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