GM Pulling Chevy Out of Europe

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Dec. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Kyle Bass, founder of Hayman Capital Management speaks with Bloomberg’s Stephanie Ruhle about the future of General Motors Co. (Source: Bloomberg)

Were stopping her.

Everyone wanted to see it and she felt like a movie star.

That captures the essence.

Well it is going global, gm is going back.

It is trying to focus on its european brands.

It could be a risk east draghi, -- risky strategy.

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I think the u.s. government has been selling gm for a long time.

They're almost out.

There were prohibitions put on the management by the u.s. treasury.

It made it government motors.

It needs to be general motors again.

It is a fascinating time and a catalytic time.

I think it will release management to put into place demands and do something that is shareholder friendly.

You do not inc.

That up to 40% is a lot legal?

-- lofty goal?

I think it is probable.

I think that the first 25% is something that will happen in the near term.

The rest will probably happen over the next year or two.

Are you going to take an active stake?

As of right now just passive.

Gm is up well ahead of

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