US [updated 8 Nov]: General Motors Q3 net loss $2.5bn; liquidity worries, Chrysler off
General Motors has reported a net loss of US$2.5bn or $4.45 per share for the third quarter, including special items, signalled a liquidity crisis and said talks with Chrysler are off as the incoming president insisted he would help the beleagured industry. Announcing the results, GM CEO Rick Wagoner confirmed talks had taken place with Chrysler but said GM had eventually decided to address its liquidity problems as its top priority.
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