General Motors (GM) took another $4 billion out of the ATM we call the U.S. Treasury. It plans on getting another $7.6 billion from after June 1 from that very same ATM.
Reuters: General Motors Corp on Friday borrowed another $4 billion from the U.S. Treasury and won a cost-cutting deal from Canadian auto workers as a showdown with bondholders set the stage for a bankruptcy filing by the end of the month.
The latest emergency funds extended by the Obama administration take the total government funding to keep GM afloat since the start of the year to $19.4 billion.
GM said it expected that total to rise to $27 billion after June 1, a government-imposed deadline for the embattled automaker to achieve a sweeping restructuring analysts say will require bankruptcy to complete.
The tentative agreement with the Canadian Auto Workers union, if ratified, would reduce hourly compensation costs by about 28 per cent after including a round of concessions the union agreed to give in March.
A day earlier, GM won similar concessions from the United Auto Workers to reduce operating costs and pay the union in stock instead of cash to fund a retiree healthcare trust.
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