DETROIT, Feb 26 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp said on Thursday it expects auditors to cast doubt on the automaker's ability to remain viable as it endures the worst market in decades. GM posted a deeper-than-expected quarterly loss as revenue plunged by more than a third. The automaker also warned its pension plans for hourly and salaried workers were underfunded by about $12.4 billion as of the end of 2008. GM said it could receive a "going concern" notice from auditors, who will ...
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