GM leaves dividend unchanged

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DETROIT, Oct 31 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. said on Monday it will maintain its dividend for the fourth quarter, despite a deepening financial crisis at the world's largest automaker. GM said it will pay a fourth-quarter dividend of 50 cents per share to stockholders, a quarterly payout it has maintained since the first quarter of 1997, when it raised the amount from 40 cents per share.

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