General Motors Co. says it may seek funds from outside Thailand to help finance its delayed diesel-engine and pickup-truck projects in the Southeast Asian country. Nick Reilly, GM Executive Vice President and International Operations President, is quoted as saying overseas funding would complement money raised from financial institutions in Thailand. General Motors (Thailand) Ltd. has been seeking the TB15 billion ($439.5 million) from Thai financial institutions led by the ...

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