TOKYO — Subaru-maker Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. may be looking to take advantage of its new relationship with General Motors Corp. to expand its market presence in China, reports say. GM, which has two ever-expanding automaking ventures in China, took a 21% stake in the Japanese automaker last year. Fuji Heavy President Takeshi Tanaka says in published reports that there is a possibility for a Fuji-GM tie-up in the Chinese market, adding that he has “high expectations” for China. The ...

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