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February 02, 1988

General Motors Corp. declared a 2-for-1 stock split on its separately traded Class H shares of its General Motors Hughes Electronics Corp. subsidiary. GM, the world's biggest auto maker, issued the Class H shares in early 1986 to help pay for its takeover of Hughes Aircraft. The company said in a statement that payment would be in the form of a 100% stock dividend and would be paid March 10 to Class H shareholders of record on Feb. 12.

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