TOKYO, April 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Co will begin talks about taking an around 10 percent stake in Isuzu Motors Ltd, as the two carmakers look to jointly sell commercial vehicles in Asia and in Central and South America, the Nikkei business daily said on Saturday. If realised, the deal would revive a 35-year capital alliance that was scrapped during GM's 2006 restructuring. It may also prompt Toyota Motor Corp to sell its 5.9 percent stake in the Japanese truck maker because the GM ...
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