GM, Renault-Nissan CEOS likely to meet again-exec


PARIS, Sept 27 (Reuters) - The chief executives of General Motors Corp. and Renault-Nissan are likely to meet again in October as working-level talks on their proposed alliance are set to conclude, a senior GM executive said on Wednesday. GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz, speaking to reporters at the opening of a Hummer dealership outside Paris, characterized a meeting between GM Chief Executive Rick Wagoner and Carlos Ghosn, who heads both Renault PA and Japan's Nissan Motor Co. earlier on ...

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