NEW DELHI, July 26 (Reuters) - Automakers General Motors, Suzuki and Fiat aim to extend their global alliance to India to improve competitiveness in a market likely to be one of world's fastest growing this decade, Fiat India's chief said on Friday. U.S.-based General Motors (GM), the world's biggest vehicle maker, bought 20 percent of Italy's Fiat Auto in 2000 and the two have a range of joint ventures including powertrain and transmission production and small car parts. GM also owns a ...
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