GMAC CFO Khattri says may consider debt buybacks


AMSTERDAM, April 26 (Reuters) - General Motors Acceptance Corp, the funding arm of U.S. automaker General Motors may consider debt buybacks on an opportunistic basis, but will not do anything to compromise liquidity, the company's chief financial officer said on Tuesday. "We will look at it (buybacks) opportunistically, as a cash investment play," Sanjiv Khattri told an investor conference in Amsterdam. "We will never do anything to compromise our liquidity," Khattri said. GMAC had a ...

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