GM ratings cut again, GMAC sale stalls
Fitch thinks it increasingly difficult to forsee GM doing anything with its United Auto Workers contract before it officially comes up for renegotiation in September 2007, which makes it unlikely that significant progress can be made on the cost reduction front in the meantime.
Meanwhile, the sale of a controlling interest in the company's GMAC financial unit seems to be going nowhere, according to investment bank Goldman Sachs. The sale would raise cash for GM and reduce borrowing costs at GMAC, but the automaker commented at the Geneva Motor Show that it is in no hurry to sell its money men, possibly because a suitable buyer has not emerged.
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