* GM posts 2008 loss of $30.9 bln, 2nd deepest on record * Says expects 'going concern' opinion from auditors * Estimates pensions underfunded by about $12.4 bln * Shares down 8 pct in premarket trade (Adds details, bylines) By Kevin Krolicki and David Bailey DETROIT, Feb 26 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp posted a nearly $31 billion loss on Thursday for 2008 and said its auditors were likely to cast doubt on its viability as it seeks an expanded federal bailout to stay afloat. ...
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