SHANGHAI — General Motors Corp. says that despite recent complications it still is interested in forging an equity tie-up with Chinese mini-vehicle maker Liuzhou Wuling Automotive Co. Ltd. GM officials say the No.1 automaker continues to want an equity stake in Liuzhou Wuling and is making progress with partner Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. The original proposal saw GM and SAIC buying a majority shareholding through an initial public offering of shares. The state recently threw a ...
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