GM to sell medium-duty truck unit to Navistar


DETROIT, Dec 20 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp said on Thursday that it has reached a tentative agreement to sell its medium-duty truck business to Navistar International Corp . GM sells medium-duty trucks under the nameplates Kodiak, TopKick and Isuzu T-Series. The automaker made 59,000 medium-duty trucks in 2006, representing nearly 12 percent of the market. The deal would be completed in 2008. (Reporting by Poornima Gupta; editing by Steve Orlofsky) (; ...

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