General Motors Corp. reportedly will divest its stake in Isuzu Motors Ltd., following its sale of all of its share of Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. (Subaru) and the majority of its share in Suzuki Motor Corp. GM is selling its 7.9% stake in Isuzu, which it has held a share of for 35 years, for $300 million, Reuters reports. The Isuzu shares are being purchased by Japanese trading houses Mitsubishi Corp. and Itochu Corp., each taking 3.5%, and Mizuho Corporate Bank, which will hold the ...

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