PARIS – For at least the second time this year, General Motors Corp. CEO Rick Wagoner has volunteered to help the auto maker's Chinese partner Shanghai Automotive Industry (Group) Co. Ltd. (SAIC) develop its own brand of car. "Such a cooperation would be out of the ordinary and certainly beneficial," Wagoner is quoted as saying at an automotive forum being held in Beijing this week that includes SAIC Chairman Hu Maoyuan and BMW AG Chairman Helmut Panke. GM builds Buick Regal with ...

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