Suzuki invests in GM shares TOKYO — Minicar maker Suzuki Motor Corp. takes a 0.7% stake in U.S. giant General Motors Corp. to strengthen the alliance between the two. GM holds a 10% stake in Suzuki. Suzuki, which reportedly paid US$37 million for the 500,000 GM shares, is Japan's largest manufacture of mini vehicles. The two have a joint venture in Canada and plan to develop a small car for Eastern Europe. They also jointly assemble Suzuki's Swifts in Venezuela. Mitsubishi cuts ties ...

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