Sept 25 (Reuters) - Ally Financial Inc's international operations have drawn interest from more than 15 bidders, including banks and General Motors Co, according to a source familiar with the matter. The auto lender, which is 74-percent owned by the U.S. Treasury after a series of bailouts, received a second round of bids on Friday as part of a sale process announced in May. Ally, the former lending arm of GM, is selling its operations in Europe, Canada, Latin ...
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