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General Motors today posted an 85 percent drop in second-quarter net income, hurt by recall-related expenses including a special charge of $400 million for the cost of a program to compensate victims of GM’s faulty ignition switch.

Costs related to GM’s unprecedented spate of safety recalls, along with special items, sliced GM’s net income for the April-June period by about $1.5 billion net of taxes, down to $190 million, from $1.26 billion in the year-earlier period.

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GM Profits Plunge In Q2 Due To Recall Costs

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