TOKYO, March 30 (Reuters) - Isuzu Motors Ltd. said on Thursday it and struggling U.S. auto giant General Motors Corp. were discussing the sale of GM's stake in the Japanese truck maker. Isuzu said in a statement any sale would have no impact of its business alliance with GM. Japanese trading houses Mitsubishi Corp. and Itochu Corp. said earlier they had received requests to buy GM's holdings in Isuzu. GM currently holds about 90 million shares, or 7.9 percent, in Isuzu, worth some 38 ...
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