LONDON, April 1 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp has approached the British government to discuss a 600 million pound ($859 million) aid package for its local marque Vauxhall, the Financial Times quoted a leading trade union official as saying. According to the FT's Wednesday edition, the car maker confirmed it had spoken to the British government but denied it had made a specific request. "We have talked to government, but haven't gotten to the stage of discussing numbers," GM spokesman ...
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