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Back to the future

7 Apr 2010 By Antony Currie

The Detroit automaker might manage to turn a profit this year. But costs still look high and, though its burdens are much reduced, GM still has $37 bln of pension and other worker liabilities. These are wrenches in the gears that bankruptcy was supposed to remove more cleanly.

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