(Adds background on pension plan, total financing costs) By Dena Aubin NEW YORK, June 26 (Reuters) - Massive investor demand prompted General Motors Corp. on Thursday to increase the size of a jumbo bond sale by about $4 billion, to $17 billion, making it the largest financing ever in the corporate bond market. The world's largest automaker, raising cash to plug a hole in its pension fund, sold the first portion of the global debt package, $13.55 billion of dollar, euro and sterling ...
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