Japan's Isuzu says asked GM to invest more in it


TOKYO, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Japanese truck maker Isuzu Motors Ltd. said on Thursday it had asked General Motors Corp. , its main shareholder with a roughly 9 percent stake, to invest more in it. "We have asked GM to reinvest," Isuzu President Yoshinori Ida told a news conference. He added that he had not asked GM to invest a specific amount and did not know when the U.S. auto maker would reply. Isuzu reported strong half-year results earlier on Thursday and two trading houses agreed to ...

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