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GM Corp - FORD Corp Business Combination Strategic Growth Plan
Finance & Accounting
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Finance and Accounting Table of Contents Sources of Debt Financing for GM Corporation 3 Sources of Equity Financing for GM Corporation 4 Strategic Growth Plan 5 References 6 There are mainly two sources of financing which companies consider, they are debt financing and equity financing…
The short-term debt of the company amounts to $ 1,682 million in 2011, while in 2010 it was $1,616 million. Based on these figures, it can be said that there has been minor fluctuations in the short-term debt of the company. The sub-components within the short-term debt that can be identified through the financial statements of General Motors are Wholesale financing, which amounts to $1,081 million in 2011, and $1,054 million 2010. The second component is capital lease, which amounts to $139 million in 2011 and $129 million in 2010. So the capital leases have increased in 2011. The other short-term debts and the current parts of the long-term debts was $150 million in 2011, compared to $433 million in 2010. So a considerable decrease has been noticed. The Korean obligatory redeemable preference shares amounted to $312 million in 2011, and since this component was not present in 2010, so the figure is not stated. Now if we evaluate the long term debt of General Motors, we can see that the total long term debt is of $3,613 million in 2011 and $3,014 million in 2010. Minor increase in long-term debt has been seen in 2011. The components included within the long-term debts of General Motors include HCT notes, which is of $1,141 million in 2011. The Korean obligatory redeemable preference shares amounted to $666 million in 2011, while in 2010 it was $835. ...
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