General Motors Corp. and Fiat SpA agree to delay by one year the possible “put option” that would force GM to buy the remaining 80% of Fiat Auto SpA it doesn’t already own. The deal also calls for GM to halt any legal action against Fiat it may have been planning for alleged violations to the original alliance agreement. The pact now calls for the put option execution dates to be moved to Jan. 24, 2005, through July 24, 2010, as opposed to the original dates of Jan. 24, 2004, through ...

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