General Motors Corp. and its Chinese equity alliance partner, Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp., agree to by the idled Shandong province engine plant of former South Korean auto maker Daewoo Motors Co. Ltd. The deal, valued at 2.28 billion yuan ($275.4 million), calls for both auto makers to hold 50% interest in the plant, while the government of the Shandong province holds the remaining 50%.
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