General Motors Corp. has agreed to purchase a 51% stake in Delta Motor Corp. of South Africa, the remaining stake it didn’t own. GM previously bought 49% of Delta in 1997 when it returned to the region following an 11-year absence due to apartheid concerns. The company now will be known as General Motors South Africa. (See related story: GM Aiming for Majority Stake in South Africa Carmaker) GM has named Robert Socia, previously vice president-worldwide purchasing for GM Europe, ...

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