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The Math Behind the Money

The U.S. investment in General Motors could total nearly $50 billion. It is difficult to predict how much of the government's money will be repaid. Consider the following:


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Uncertainty Clouds Recovery of U.S. Investment in GM
Article | If a new General Motors emerges from bankruptcy as planned, U.S. financial aid for the company will expand to nearly $50 billion, but neither the government nor the company is forecasting how much of the public money will be repaid.

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