GM says better results won't sway alliance review


DETROIT, July 26 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. said on Wednesday that the automaker's improved second-quarter results would not affect the study of a possible three-way alliance with Nissan Motor Corp. and Renault . "We'll spend 90 days and do a good job assessing (the alliance)," GM Chief Financial Officer Fritz Henderson told reporters. "The second quarter results don't affect that." The CFO also said he expects continued improvement in year-over-year results for 2006 but sees ...

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