As General Motors Corp. systematically dissolves ownership stakes in Isuzu Motors Ltd. and Suzuki Motor Corp., the auto maker confirms it will continue key Asia/Pacific partnerships with the two companies. GM and Isuzu announce they will form a joint venture to develop their next-generation midsize truck platform. The two collaborated on the current Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon and Isuzu D-MAX. Isuzu will lead engineering of the new global pickup platform, while GM will develop ...

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