To read this story in multimedia PDF format, click here: http://link.reuters.com/kyv92q * Politics complicate carmaker's IPO * GM's moves sometimes frustrate the Obama administration * For the IPO roadshow, commercial or private planes? By Clare Baldwin, Soyoung Kim and Kevin Krolicki NEW YORK/DETROIT Oct 31 (Reuters) - Steve Girsky remembers sitting at his kitchen table in New York on the eve of President Barack Obama's election when he realized that General Motors [GM.UL] was ...
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