MUMBAI – Media reports are circulating widely here that China’s largest auto maker Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. and joint-venture partner General Motors Co. are discussing a possible SAIC stake in General Motors India Ltd. Both auto makers have declined to confirm the talks, but some of their statements reveal more than they conceal. GM’s Shanghai-based spokesman Michael Albano is quoted by the The Wall Street Journal as saying GM and SAIC often discuss mutual opportunities. ...

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