The Securities and Exchange Commission has issued subpoenas to General Motors ( GM) in connection with "various matters involving GM that it has under investigation."

The Wall Street Journal's online version reported late Wednesday that GM confirmed the subpoenas, saying it has been cooperating with the SEC, which is seeking information concerning pension, other post-employment benefit obligations and certain transactions between GM and Delphi ( DPHIQ).

The news follows a report on Tuesday that DaimlerChrysler ( DCX) received an SEC subpoena in September in connection with accounting issues involving retiree benefits at GM, the Journal said.

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