GM paid $119 million for 1 percent stake in China joint venture: filing
(Reuters) - General Motors Co (GM.N) paid $119 million in September to buy back a 1 percent stake in its joint venture with its top Chinese partner SAIC Motor Corp (600104.SS), which it had given up ahead of its 2009 bankruptcy.
The deal pushed GM's ownership in Shanghai GM back to 50 percent, the U.S. automaker disclosed in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday. However, SAIC retains a 51 percent share in the sales side of the business.
In the run-up to its 2009 bankruptcy filing, GM sold the 1 percent share to SAIC for $85 million.
On Thursday, GM Chief Financial officer Dan Ammann told reporters that the Detroit company had completed the repurchase of the 1 percent stake in Shanghai GM and the Chinese government approved the purchase last year.
(Reporting By Ben Klayman in Detroit; Editing by Gerald E. McCormick)
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