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China's SAIC Considering Buying Stake in General Motors

Industry insiders are reporting that China's SAIC has expressed interest in shopping for a stake of General Motors come its public providing in November, although it has yet to make a stable dedication. GM has declined to comment on the matter.

The U.S. Government is eager to dump its sixty one% stake in GM after taxpayers bailed out / loaned the enduring automaker to the song of US$50 billion. This comes notwithstanding the political ramifications of selling a part of the emblem to overseas investors or sovereign-wealth funds.

The government has rejected pointers that the IPO need to be restrained to home investors, but the Treasury has country that no single investor or investor organization could acquire, "a disproportionate percentage or uncommon treatment."

The Initial Public Offering (IPO) of GM shares will encompass those held through the U.S. Treasury, a union-managed retiree consider and the Canadian government. The government's plan is to dump their stake in GM in one month, though GM CEO Dan Akerson believes it could in truth take years. The Treasury will wait until after the November midterms in order to hold politics out of the float.

SAIC's bid isn't always that farfetched, both. Insiders observe that SAIC has been building cars with GM in China because the 1990, with its domestic market a key source of energy for GM. Year-to-date income were up 19% in August, for instance, even though the U.S. And Europe are nonetheless suffering.

By Tristan Hankins

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