UPDATE 2-GM says did not request 2013 pay bump for CEO Akerson

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* Disputes reports saying automaker requested pay increase * Says requested $9 mln pay package, not $11.1 mln * GM says compensation request misinterpreted for political gain * U.S. Treasury kicked off sale of GM stock in January By Deepa Seetharaman DETROIT, Feb 26 (Reuters) - General Motors Co denied that it asked U.S. officials to allow for a pay increase of more than 20 percent for its top executive and said its ...

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