General Motors Corp. is beginning negotiations that may result in the automaker increasing its stake in Saab Automobile. “I certainly don't rule out doing it,” GM President and Chief Operating Officer G. Richard Wagoner tells Ward's. “I think under some scenarios it can make some sense. We're actually beginning negotiations with Investor (AB) on whether we do it or not. I think we'll have an answer to that within several months from now.” GM and Investor currently each own 50% of the ...
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