NEW YORK, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Telecommunications company AT&T said on Wednesday it would provide global networking services to car maker General Motors Corp. under a contract worth nearly $1 billion. The five-year pact expands on an existing deal and is one of AT&T's largest commercial contracts in its history, AT&T said in a statement.
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