GM Second Quarter 2010 Results Show Sustained Progress


    
    GM achieves second consecutive quarter of profitability and positive cash
    flow

    Net income of $1.3 billion and EPS of $2.55, free cash flow of $2.8
billion





    
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<p><span class="xn-location">DETROIT</span>, <span class="xn-chron">Aug. 12</span> /CNW/ -- General Motors Company today announced its second quarter 2010 results, marked by revenue of <span class="xn-money">$33.2 billion</span> and net income attributable to common stockholders of <span class="xn-money">$1.3 billion</span>, resulting in earnings per share on a diluted basis of <span class="xn-money">$2.55</span>.  GM's second quarter earnings before interest and tax (EBIT) was <span class="xn-money">$2.0 billion</span>.</p>
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<p>GM <span class="xn-location">North America</span> had EBIT in the second quarter 2010 of <span class="xn-money">$1.6 billion</span>, up from <span class="xn-money">$1.2 billion</span> in the first quarter.  GM <span class="xn-location">Europe</span> had a loss before interest and taxes of <span class="xn-money">$0.2 billion</span>, an improvement of <span class="xn-money">$0.3 billion</span> from the first quarter.  GM International Operations posted EBIT of <span class="xn-money">$0.7 billion</span>, down from <span class="xn-money">$1.2 billion</span> in the first quarter.</p>
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<p>Cash flow from operating activities was <span class="xn-money">$3.9 billion</span> and after adjusting for capital expenditures of <span class="xn-money">$1.1 billion</span>, free cash flow was <span class="xn-money">$2.8 billion</span>.  GM ended the second quarter with <span class="xn-money">$32.5 billion</span> in cash and marketable securities, including funds in the Canadian Health Care Trust escrow.</p>
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<p>"I am pleased with our progress on achieving our business objectives," said <span class="xn-person">Chris Liddell</span>, vice chairman and chief financial officer. "We have delivered strong product, maintained cost discipline, progressed strategic initiatives such as restructuring <span class="xn-location">Europe</span> and acquiring AmeriCredit, and delivered two consecutive quarters of profitability and positive cash flow."</p>
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    Forward-Looking Statements
    
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<p>In this press release and in related comments by our management, our use of the words "expect," "anticipate," "possible," "potential," "target," "believe," "commit," "intend," "continue," "may," "would," "could," "should," "project," "projected," "positioned" or similar expressions is intended to identify forward-looking statements that represent our current judgment about possible future events. We believe these judgments are reasonable, but these statements are not guarantees of any events or financial results, and our actual results may differ materially due to a variety of important factors. Among other items, such factors might include:  our ability to realize production efficiencies and to achieve reductions in costs as a result of our restructuring initiatives and labor modifications; our ability to maintain quality control over our vehicles and avoid material vehicle recalls; our ability to maintain adequate liquidity and financing sources and an appropriate level of debt, including as required to fund our planning significant investment in new technology; our ability to realize successful vehicle applications of new technology; and our ability to comply with the continuing requirements related to U.S. and other government support.</p>
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<p>GM's most recent annual report on Form 10-K and quarterly report on Form 10-Q provides information about these and other factors, which we may revise or supplement in future reports to the SEC.</p>
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                     General Motors Company and Subsidiaries
                              Supplemental Material
    
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<p>                               (Unaudited)</p>
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        The accompanying tables and charts for securities analysts include
        earnings (loss) before interest and taxes (EBIT), adjusted EBIT
    and free cash flow which are not prepared in accordance with
    Accounting Principles Generally Accepted in the United States of
    America (U.S. GAAP) and have not been audited or reviewed by GM's
    independent auditors. EBIT, adjusted EBIT and free cash flow
    are considered non-GAAP financial measures.
    
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        Management believes these non-GAAP financial measures provide
        meaningful supplemental information regarding GM's operating
    results because they exclude amounts that management does not
    consider part of operating results when assessing and measuring
    the operational and financial performance of the organization.
    Management believes these measures allow it to readily view
    operating
    trends, perform analytical comparisons, benchmark performance among
    geographic regions and assess whether GM's plan to return
    to sustained profitability is on target. Accordingly, GM believes
    these non-GAAP financial measures are useful in allowing for
    greater
    transparency of GM's core operations and they are therefore used by
    management in its financial and operational decision-making.
    
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        While management believes that these non-GAAP financial measures
        provide useful information, they are not operating measures
    under U.S. GAAP and there are limitations associated with their use.
    GM's calculation of these non-GAAP financial measures may not
    be completely comparable to similarly titled measures of other
    companies due to potential differences between companies in the
    method of calculation. As a result, the use of these non-GAAP
    financial measures has limitations and should not be considered in
    isolation from, or as a substitute for, other measures such as Net
    income (loss) or Net income (loss) attributable to common
    stockholders. Due to these limitations, these non-GAAP financial
    measures are used as a supplement to U.S. GAAP measures.
    
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        The following table summarizes the reconciliation of EBIT to its most
        comparable U.S. GAAP measure (dollars in millions):
    
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                                           Successor
                          Three        Six         Three      Three
                         Months      Months       Months     Months
                         Ended       Ended        Ended      Ended
                        June 30,    June 30,    March 31,   December
                          2010         2010        2010     31, 2009
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    Operating segments
      GMNA(a)              $1,592      $2,810       $1,218    $(3,443)
      GME(a)(b)              (160)       (637)        (477)      (799)
      GMIO(a)(b)              672       1,838        1,166        722
                                            -            -
      Total operating
       segments             2,104       4,011        1,907     (3,520)
    Corporate and
     eliminations(b)          (71)       (154)         (83)      (526)
                              ---        ----          ---       ----
    EBIT                    2,033       3,857        1,824     (4,046)
    Interest income           114         204           90         75
    Interest expense          250         587          337        329
    Income tax expense
     (benefit)                361         870          509       (861)
                              ---         ---          ---       ----
    Net income (loss)
     attributable to
     stockholders          $1,536      $2,604       $1,068    $(3,439)
                           ======      ======       ======    =======

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    (a) Interest and income taxes are recorded centrally in Corporate; 
        therefore, there are no reconciling items for GM's operating segments
        between EBIT and Net income (loss) attributable to stockholders.
    (b) In the three months ended June 30, 2010 we changed our managerial 
        reporting structure so that certain entities geographically located 
        within Russia and Uzbekistan were transferred from our GME segment to
        our GMIO segment. We have revised the segment presentation for all
        periods presented.

    
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                                         (Unaudited)
        The following tables summarize the reconciliation of adjusted EBIT to
        EBIT and free cash flow to Net cash provided by (used in)
    operating activities (dollars in millions):
    
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                                               Successor
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                       Three Months Six Months   Three Months Three Months
                           Ended       Ended         Ended        Ended
                          June 30,    June 30,     March 31,   December 31,
                            2010        2010          2010         2009
                         ---------   ---------    ----------  -------------
    Adjusted EBIT            $2,033      $3,734        $1,701          $(954)
    Adjustments                   -         123           123         (3,092)
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    EBIT                     $2,033      $3,857        $1,824        $(4,046)
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    Free Cash Flow(a)        $2,834      $3,804          $970        $(2,919)
    Capital
     expenditures(a)          1,011       1,851           840          1,033
                              -----       -----           ---          -----
    Net cash provided
     by (used in)
     operating               $3,845      $5,655        $1,810        $(1,886)
         activities(a)       ======      ======        ======        =======

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    (a) In the three months ended June 30, 2010 we identified several items
        which had not been properly classified in our condensed consolidated
        statement of cash flows for the three months ended March 31, 2010. 
        For the six months ended June 30, 2010, we have correctly presented
        these items in our condensed consolidated statement of cash flows and
        corrected the amounts presented for the three months ended
        March 31, 2010.

    
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    In the three months ended March 31, 2010 Adjustments included the
    following:
    
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          Gain of $123 million as a result of the sale of Saab
    o     Automobile AB to Spyker Cars NV.



    
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    In the three months ended December 31, 2009 Adjustments included
     the following:
    
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    o     Settlement loss of $2.6 billion related to the termination
          of GM's UAW hourly retiree medical plan and Mitigation
          Plan, under which GM agreed that an independent VEBA
          would be formed to pay certain healthcare costs of UAW
          hourly retirees and their beneficiaries;
    o     Impairment charge of $270 million related to GM's
          investment in Ally Financial common stock;
    o     Charges of $150 million related to the settlement of
          existing Delphi obligations upon consummation of the
          Delphi Master Disposition Agreement and GM's agreement to
          fund the wind-down costs of certain Delphi facilities; and
    o     Loss on extinguishment of debt of $101 million related to
          the repayment of secured long-term debt of $400 million
          (in connection with the purchase of the remaining
          noncontrolling interest in CAMI Automotive, Inc.).

    
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                   General Motors Company and Subsidiaries
                            Supplemental Material
    
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                                       Successor              Predecessor
                                       ---------              -----------
                                   Three        Six      Three        Six
                                  Months      Months    Months      Months
                                  Ended       Ended     Ended       Ended
                                 June 30,    June 30,  June 30,    June 30,
                                   2010        2010      2009        2009
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    Production Volume (units in
     thousands)(a)
    GMNA - Cars                        279        523        170        287
    GMNA - Trucks                      452        876        225        480
    
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    Total GMNA                         731      1,399        395        767
    GME                                331        636        315        579
    GMIO(b)(c)                       1,195      2,307        828      1,523
                                     -----      -----        ---      -----
    Total Worldwide                  2,257      4,342      1,538      2,869
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    (a)     Production volume represents the number of vehicles manufactured
            by GM's and Old GM's assembly facilities and also includes
            vehicles produced by certain joint ventures.
    (b)     Includes Shanghai General Motors Co., Ltd. (SGM), SAIC-GM Wuling
            Automobile Co., Ltd. (SGMW), FAW-GM Light Duty Commercial
            Vehicle Co., Ltd. (FAW-GM) joint venture production in China
            and SAIC GM Investment Ltd. (HKJV) joint venture production in
            India.
    (c)     The joint venture agreements with SGMW (34%) and FAW-GM (50%)
            allows for significant rights as a member as well as the
            contractual right to report SGMW and FAW-GM joint venture
            production volume in China. These entities are not consolidated
            for financial reporting purposes. Income and losses related to
            these entities are recorded in Equity income (loss), net of tax.

    
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                 General Motors Company and Subsidiaries
                          Supplemental Material
    
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                                       Successor               Predecessor
                                       ---------               -----------
                                   Three                  Three
                                  Months    Six Months   Months    Six Months
                                  Ended        Ended     Ended        Ended
                                 June 30,    June 30,   June 30,    June 30,
                                   2010         2010      2009         2009
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    Vehicle Sales (units
     in
      thousands)(a)(b)(c)
        United States
            Chevrolet - Cars           192         348        148         241
            Chevrolet - Trucks         252         434        202         356
            Cadillac                    35          65         25          49
            Buick                       38          70         27          47
            GMC                         83         152         64         118
            Other                        3          11         76         143
    
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            Total United States        603       1,081        541         954
            Canada, Mexico and
             Other                     113         199        115         203
                                       ---         ---        ---         ---
            Total GMNA(d)              716       1,280        657       1,157
                                                 -----                  -----
        GME
            Opel/Vauxhall              314         608        348         645
            Chevrolet                  127         232        117         216
            Other                        1           5          9          20
    
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<p>        Total GME(e)               442         846        474         881</p>
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        GMIO
            Chevrolet                  441         898        347         671
            Buick                      132         254        114         196
            GM Daewoo                   32          60         28          47
            Holden                      37          73         30          59
            Wuling                     303         637        262         493
            FAW-GM                      22          50          -           -
            Cadillac                     5          10          3           5
            Other                       23          45         23          45
    
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            Total GMIO(e)(f)(g)        995       2,026        807       1,517
                                                 -----                  -----
        Total Worldwide              2,153       4,152      1,938       3,555
                                     =====       =====      =====       =====

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    (a)  Includes HUMMER, Saturn and Pontiac vehicle sales data.
    (b)  Includes Saab vehicle sales data through February 2010.
    (c)  Vehicle sales data may include rounding differences.
    (d)  Vehicle sales represent sales to the ultimate customer.
    (e)  Vehicle sales primarily represent estimated sales to the ultimate
         customer.
    (f)  Includes SGM, SGMW and FAW-GM joint venture sales in China and HKJV
         joint venture sales in India.
    (g)  The joint venture agreements with SGMW (34%) and FAW-GM (50%) allows
         for significant rights as a member as well as the contractual right
         to report SGMW and FAW-GM joint venture vehicle sales in China as a
         part of global market share. These entities are not consolidated for
         financial reporting purposes. Income and losses related to these
         entities are recorded in Equity income (loss), net of tax.

    
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                                Successor                 Predecessor
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                            Three                    Three
                           Months    Six Months     Months    Six Months
                           Ended        Ended       Ended        Ended
                          June 30,    June 30,     June 30,    June 30,
                            2010         2010        2009         2009
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    Market Share(a)(b)
      United States -
       Cars                    15.4%       15.1%        17.5%       16.5%
      United States -
       Trucks                  23.2%       22.6%        23.5%       22.5%
      Total United
       States                  19.4%       18.9%        20.5%       19.5%
      Total GMNA(c)            18.7%       18.3%        19.9%       19.0%
      Total GME(d)              8.8%        8.6%         9.2%        9.1%
      Total
       GMIO(d)(e)(f)           10.3%       10.3%        10.4%       10.2%
      Total Worldwide          11.6%       11.4%        11.9%       11.6%
    
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    U.S. Retail/Fleet
     Mix
      % Fleet Sales -
       Cars                    42.4%       41.6%        29.7%       25.6%
      % Fleet Sales -
       Trucks                  27.8%       26.4%        28.4%       22.5%
      Total Vehicles           33.5%       32.3%        28.9%       23.8%
    
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    GMNA Capacity
     Utilization(g)            92.9%       88.8%        39.4%       38.5%

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    (a)   Includes HUMMER, Saturn and Pontiac vehicle sales data.
    (b)   Includes Saab vehicle sales data through February 2010.
    (c)   Vehicle sales represent sales to the ultimate customer.
    (d)   Vehicle sales primarily represent estimated sales to the
          ultimate customer.
    (e)   Includes SGM, SGMW, FAW-GM joint venture sales in China
          and HKJV joint venture sales in India.
    (f)   The joint venture agreements with SGMW (34%) and FAW-GM
          (50%) allows for significant rights as a member as well
          as the contractual right to report SGMW and FAW-GM
          joint venture vehicle sales in China as part of global
          market share. These entities are not consolidated for
          financial reporting purposes. Income and losses related
          to these entities are recorded in Equity income (loss),
          net of tax.
    (g)   Two shift rated, annualized.

    
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                               June 30, 2010       2009
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    Worldwide Employment
     (thousands)
    GMNA                                 105            103
    GME(a)                                42             50
    GMIO(b)                               61             62
    
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<p>Total Worldwide                      208            215</p>
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    United States - Salaried              26             26
    United States - Hourly                53             51

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    (a)     Decrease in GME primarily relates to the sale of Saab,
            employees located within Russia and Uzbekistan transferred
            from the GME segment to the GMIO segment and restructuring
            initiatives in Germany, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
    (b)     Decrease in GMIO reflects a reduction of 2,400 employees due to
            the sale of the India Operations.

    
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                                   Successor                   Predecessor
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                          Three Months  Six Months   Three Months  Six Months
                              Ended        Ended         Ended        Ended
                             June 30,     June 30,      June 30,     June 30,
                               2010         2010          2009         2010
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      Worldwide Payroll
       (billions)                 $3.1         $6.1          $2.9         $5.9


    
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                General Motors Company and Subsidiaries
            Condensed Consolidated Statements of Operations
    
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                (In millions, except per share amounts)
                              (Unaudited)
    
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                              Successor              Predecessor
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                            Three         Six        Three          Six
                            Months      Months      Months        Months
                            Ended        Ended       Ended         Ended
                             June
                              30,      June 30,     June 30,     June 30,
                             2010         2010        2009          2009
                            -----      ---------   ---------     ---------
    Net sales and
     revenue                  $33,174     $64,650       $23,047      $45,478
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    Costs and expenses
      Cost of sales            28,759      56,350        29,384       53,995
      Selling, general and
       administrative
       expense                  2,623       5,307         2,936        5,433
      Other expenses, net          39          85           169        1,154
    
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      Total costs and
       expenses                31,421      61,742        32,489       60,582
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           Operating income
            (loss)              1,753       2,908        (9,442)     (15,104)
    Equity in income of
     and disposition of
     interest in Ally
     Financial                      -           -         1,880        1,380
    Interest expense             (250)       (587)       (3,375)      (4,605)
    Interest income and
     other non-
     operating income,
     net                           59         544           408          833
    Loss on
     extinguishment of
     debt                           -          (1)       (1,994)      (1,088)
    Reorganization
     expenses, net                  -           -        (1,157)      (1,157)
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    Income (loss) before
     income taxes and
     equity income              1,562       2,864       (13,680)     (19,741)
    Income tax expense
     (benefit)                    361         870          (445)        (559)
    Equity income
     (loss), net of tax           411         814            (2)          46
                                  ---         ---           ---          ---
    Net income (loss)           1,612       2,808       (13,237)     (19,136)
    Less: Net income
     (loss) attributable
     to noncontrolling
     interests                     76         204          (332)        (256)
                                  ---         ---          ----         ----
    Net income (loss)
     attributable to
     stockholders               1,536       2,604       (12,905)     (18,880)
    Less: Cumulative
     dividends on
     preferred stock              202         405             -            -
                                  ---         ---           ---          ---
    Net income (loss)
     attributable to
     common stockholders       $1,334      $2,199      $(12,905)    $(18,880)
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    Earnings (loss) per
     share
    Basic
    Net income (loss)
     attributable to
     common stockholders        $2.67       $4.40       $(21.12)     $(30.91)
    Weighted-average
     common shares
     outstanding                  500         500           611          611
    Diluted
    Net income (loss)
     attributable to
     common stockholders        $2.55       $4.21       $(21.12)     $(30.91)
    Weighted-average
     common shares
     outstanding                  522         522           611          611


    
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      Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets
    
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       (In millions, except share amounts)
                   (Unaudited)
    
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                                           30,            31,
                                          2010            2009
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                               ASSETS
    Current Assets
      Cash and cash equivalents            $26,773        $22,679
      Marketable securities                  4,761            134
    
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      Total cash, cash equivalents
       and marketable securities            31,534         22,813
      Restricted cash and
       marketable securities                 1,393         13,917
      Accounts and notes receivable
       (net of allowance of $272
       and $250)                             8,662          7,518
      Inventories                           11,533         10,107
      Assets held for sale                       -            388
      Equipment on operating
       leases, net                           3,008          2,727
      Other current assets and
       deferred income taxes                 1,677          1,777
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      Total current assets                  57,807         59,247
    Non-Current Assets
      Equity in net assets of
       nonconsolidated affiliates            8,296          7,936
      Assets held for sale                       -            530
      Property, net                         18,106         18,687
      Goodwill                              30,186         30,672
      Intangible assets, net                12,820         14,547
      Other assets                           4,684          4,676
    
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<p>  Total non-current assets              74,092         77,048</p>
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    Total Assets                          $131,899       $136,295
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                       LIABILITIES AND EQUITY
    Current Liabilities
      Accounts payable (principally
       trade)                              $20,755        $18,725
      Short-term debt and current
       portion of long-term debt
       (including debt at GM Daewoo
       of $1,021 at                          5,524         10,221
          June 30, 2010)
      Liabilities held for sale                  -            355
      Accrued expenses (including
       derivative liabilities at GM
       Daewoo of $352 at June 30,
       2010)                                24,068         23,134
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      Total current liabilities             50,347         52,435
    Non-Current Liabilities
      Long-term debt (including
       debt at GM Daewoo of $722 at
       June 30, 2010; Note 10)               2,637          5,562
      Liabilities held for sale                  -            270
      Postretirement benefits other
       than pensions                         8,649          8,708
      Pensions                              25,990         27,086
      Other liabilities and
       deferred income taxes                13,377         13,279
                                            ------         ------
      Total non-current
       liabilities                          50,653         54,905
                                            ------         ------
    Total Liabilities                      101,000        107,340
    Commitments and contingencies            6,998          6,998
    Preferred stock, $0.01 par value
     (1,000,000,000 shares authorized,
     360,000,000 shares issued and
         outstanding (each with a $25.00
          liquidation preference) at June
          30, 2010 and December 31, 2009)
    Equity
      Common stock, $0.01 par value
       (2,500,000,000 shares
       authorized, 500,000,000
       shares issued and                         5              5
           outstanding at June 30, 2010 and
            December 31, 2009)
      Capital surplus (principally
       additional paid-in capital)          24,052         24,050
      Accumulated deficit                   (2,195)        (4,394)
      Accumulated other
       comprehensive income                  1,153          1,588
                                             -----          -----
      Total stockholders' equity            23,015         21,249
      Noncontrolling interests                 886            708
    
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<p> </p>
<p>  Total equity                          23,901         21,957</p>
<p> </p>
<pre>
    
    Total Liabilities and Equity          $131,899       $136,295
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