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As treasurer of General Motors Corp., Walter Borst thinks his most important job is to keep his company flexible, able to negotiate through the economy’s ebbs and flows, able to grow when the opportunity can be seized. But despite GM’s successes in recent years in improving the company’s cash flow and upgrading its product line, the auto giant has a big problem. Thanks to the stock market’s sell-off and the 45-year low in interest rates, the second biggest company in the United States in terms of revenue is facing one of the nation’s biggest pension liabilities.

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