WASHINGTON, Aug 18 (Reuters) - The U.S. Treasury will sell a portion of its 60.8 percent stake in a General Motors Co public share offering, another step toward recovering some $50 billion in public bailout money and bankruptcy financing the company received in 2009. The following is a breakdown of the U.S. government's stake in the automaker and some of the challenges faced by Treasury officials in determining when to sell, how much to sell, and at what price. A formal sale is expected ...
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