HONG KONG, Feb 1 (Reuters) - A major shareholder of the Chinese company buying General Motors' [GM.UL] Hummer brand said on Monday that he hopes the deal can be approved by the Chinese government this spring, paving the way for production of the iconic SUVs in China. In his first-ever interview with foreign media, Suo Lang Duo Ji, a private entrepreneur cited by Chinese media as the architect of the deal that would see Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industry Machinery buy Hummer, also confirmed ...
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