By Kevin Krolicki DETROIT, Sept 26 (Reuters) - The CEOs of General Motors Corp and Renault-Nissan will meet this week in Paris, both sides said on Tuesday, amid doubts ongoing talks on a possible alliance will produce a sweeping deal by a mid-October deadline. GM Chief Financial Officer Fritz Henderson, speaking to financial analysts in Paris, on Tuesday said the No. 1 automaker would carry out a "thoughtful, thorough and objective" assessment of the benefits of a tie-up with ...
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