LEAD 3 General Motors fait sa demande de retour en Bourse


* GM devrait lever entre $15 et $20 mds * Le Trésor US devrait réduire ses parts à moins de 50% * GM prévoit une cotation à New York et à Toronto * Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan, BofA, Citi chefs de file (actualisé avec précisions) par Clare Baldwin et David Bailey NEW YORK/DETROIT, 18 août (Reuters) - Un peu plus d'un an après son dépôt de bilan, le constructeur automobile américain General Motors [GM.UL] a annoncé mercredi avoir déposé sa demande d'introduction en Bourse qui devrait ...

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