General Motors Corp. continues to pursue a tie-up with Isuzu Motors Ltd. in China for the production of commercial vehicles. But progress is slow going, says GM Asia/Pacific President Fritz Henderson, due to what he terms a “complication of working with multiple business partners.” GM remains interested in producing Isuzu trucks in China. Isuzu, which already has several joint ventures in China, is seeking a relationship with GM and GM partner Shanghai Automotive Industry ...

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