Isuzu Motors Ltd. reportedly is in talks with General Motors Corp. to take over their joint commercial-truck business in Australia. Isuzu, which already owns 60% of Isuzu-General Motors Australia Ltd., wants to change the company into a wholly owned subsidiary by acquiring GM's 40% stake, an Isuzu spokesman says in reports. Isuzu Elf Isuzu has not yet decided on the timing of the move but is in the final stages of reaching an agreement with GM. "Our plans for Australia are just one ...

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