General Motors ended 2011 with $37.5 billion in liquidity. That’s an increase of $4 billion compared to 2010 and an increase of 294 percent compared to pre-bankruptcy levels, when the company had more liabilities than assets. So the question to ask is, what should The General do with all that cash (and other liquid assets)?
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