RAYONG province, Thailand -- General Motors Corp. is interested in buying the Indian government’s half of Maruti Udyog Ltd. but is not in discussions right now, GM Asia/Pacific officials say. Part of the problem is that GM needs more detail before pursuing shares in the $1.3 billion Maruti that is 50% owned by Suzuki Motor Corp., an Alliance partner with GM. Key questions remain, says Basil Drossos, vice president-operations and India for GM Asia/Pacific. The government has said it ...

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