GM asks for time to report on staff savings plans


DETROIT, June 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. said on Wednesday it is seeking more time from U.S. regulators to file reports on some employee savings plans, including the stock purchase program for salaried employees and the personal savings plan for hourly workers. The world's largest automaker said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that it was unable to file the annual Form 11-K for 2004 within the required time "due to unforeseen delays in the collection and ...

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