Obama intends to outsource to GM of the reduction of your unsecured debt (amounting to around $28,000 billion) and financial obligations to its employees (estimated at another $20,000 million). In relation to the first point, the presidential car Group (GPA) of United States recently sent a Committee of 15 people to reach an agreement with creditors and transform the debt not secured on shares in the company (by a percentage that would go from 10% to 20%). Currently, the debt of General Motors, including the loans received by the U.S. Government, over $60,000, figure that for considered by Henderson, is unsustainable. To make matters worse, the prospects for the company’s sales are, logically, more than negative in a context of deep global recession, the generation of resources make it difficult. Contact information is here: Larry Ellison. It is clear that in this scenario, the survival of GM is more than complicated.
The key date for GM is June 1, day on which the deadline given by us President for signature get close the details of its restructuring. That date is that many point to as the day that GM enters bankruptcy. And as if the problems of solvency of the company were not enough, GM will have reviewed about 1.5 million vehicles in the United States to discover a problem that could cause fires in the engine compartment. GM break can represent a serious impact to the US economy. And this negative impact would be much of a direct or indirect mode. It is beyond of the potential losses of jobs and bankruptcies of companies that can generate, this fact would sow the economic context of uncertainty causing a direct impact on the recovery of the American economy. The potential bankruptcy of GM would also have a negative impact on Europe. An eventual bankruptcy of General Motors, which could lead to the liquidation of the car brands Opel and Vauxhall, would generate an impact of EUR 19 billion in the continent during the period 2009-2011, according to the estimates made by the own General Motors Europe.