BEIJING — General Motors Corp. officials in China say the automaker is in talks with partner Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. to acquire a local mini-vehicle producer. Negotiations with Liuzhou Wuling Mini-Automobile Works, based in Liuzhou, Guangxi province in southeast China, are said to be in the final stages. There is no word on what products GM-SAIC would produce in Liuzhou. However, GM Chief Executive G. Richard Wagoner Jr. recently was in China touring Suzuki Motor Corp. and ...

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