AUTOSHOW-GM says more Renault/Nissan studies possible


PARIS, Sept 28 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. Chief Executive Rick Wagoner said there could be further studies on an alliance with Renault and Japan's Nissan after an Oct 15. deadline set for talks to end. "You will see a conclusion, which could range from continued studies to a decision to proceed or a decision not to proceed," Wagoner told reporters at the Paris car show. He also said GM does not share any special information with the U.S. automaker's largest shareholder, Kirk ...

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