BREAKING: Gov't. reportedly gearing up to push GM into bankruptcy as early as next week
As reported earlier, the plan appears to be to give the government a 50%+ stake in The General, with the White House gaining the ability to name new board members, as it has with Chrysler, which is already in Chapter 11 status. The United Auto Workers VEBA health care fund is tipped to own nearly 40% of GM itself, a stake it would receive in exchange for giving up the $10+ billion it is already owed. That would only leave around 10% for the bondholders, who remain none too happy about the situation.
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[Source: The Washington Post | Image: Bill Pugliano/Getty]
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