General Motors Co. offers a sobering outlook for its European operations, suggesting in regulatory paperwork related to its initial public offering the unit could face liquidation if restructuring steps prove unsuccessful. “We cannot assure you that any of our contemplated restructurings will be completed or achieve the desired results,” GM says in the document, which lays out reasons investors should buy stock in the recently bankrupt auto maker, but also outlines key risks. If the ...
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