TOKYO, Aug 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp and Japan's Isuzu Motors Ltd said on Wednesday they would work together more closely in South America, possibly through a joint venture, to boost truck sales in the fast-growing region. The two companies, which dissolved their 35-year equity alliance last year, said in a statement they had signed a basic agreement to reinforce an existing operational partnership to expand sales of Chevrolet-badged Isuzu trucks in Colombia, Venezuela and ...
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