DETROIT, Jan 30 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp and Japan's Isuzu Motors are discussing the sale of GM's medium-duty commercial truck business, the Flint Journal said on Friday. The newspaper said the deal would keep production of medium-duty trucks at the current GM facility in Flint through the end of 2014, quoting unnamed sources. It also said that UAW Vice President Cal Rapson, who heads negotiations with GM, had sent a letter to union officials on Friday saying that the negotiations ...
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