TAIPEI – General Motors Corp. will sell its 49% stake in Yulon General Motors Co. Ltd. to joint-venture partner Yulon Motor Co. Ltd. for a symbolic NT$1 ($0.03). The JV was established in 2005 with an initial investment of NT$2 billion ($60.6 million) to assemble Buick sedans. Yulon plans to invest NT$210 million ($6.4 million) in new capital in Yulon GM, which will continue to assemble and distribute GM cars without interruption. New GM models also will be introduced in Taiwan, a Yulon ...

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