SEOUL, Oct 28 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp said on Monday its South Korean venture, GM Daewoo Auto & Technology, was holding talks with its Chinese partner to bring Daewoo products to China and also looking into possibilities in Japan. GM agreed in April to take a 42.1 percent stake -- the largest -- in GM Daewoo for $251 million, providing the world's largest automaker a springboard to expand in South Korea's automobile market, one of Asia's fastest-growing. Nick Reilly, GM ...
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