TOKYO — General Motors Corp. says it hopes to leverage strengths from its alliances with Suzuki Motor Corp. and Isuzu Motors Ltd. to gain more of a global presence, particularly in Asia. GM unveiled its Chevrolet Triax concept at the recent Tokyo Motor Show, a small sport/utility vehicle that targets environmental problems by offering a choice of three propulsion systems, which GM believes would fit in markets worldwide. Suzuki, in which GM owns a 10% stake, helped develop the Triax. The ...

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