SEOUL, May 1 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp will talk to the Korea Development Bank (KDB) about selling a stake in GM Daewoo, if that would help the South Korean carmaking unit in the long term, a top executive said on Friday. "If that helps GM Daewoo in the long term, we will talk about that with the KDB," Nick Reilly, President GM Asia Pacific, told reporters in Seoul. But Reilly denied local media reports that KDB had requested a 30 percent stake in GM Daewoo. "That is not true," he ...
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