* Could sell about 80 pct of common shares in N.A.-sources * About 90 pct of preferred could be sold in N.A.-sources * After share split, IPO price seen in $20/shr range * Retail investors likely to get around 25 pct of IPO By Soyoung Kim and Clare Baldwin NEW YORK, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Top U.S. automaker General Motors Co [GM.UL] will allocate most of the shares in its initial public offering to U.S. investors and plans to set a share price low enough to attract retail investors, ...
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