DETROIT, Oct 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp on Wednesday declined to comment on reports that it was considering seeking help from Japanese rival Toyota Motor Corp , but said executives "routinely discuss issues of mutual interest" with other automakers. "As a policy, we do not confirm or comment publicly on those private discussions, which in many cases do not lead anywhere," GM said in a statement A Kyodo news report, citing sources familiar with the plan, said Toyota was expected ...
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