Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. (SAIC), a joint venture partner with General Motors Corp. in China, reportedly is talking with GM about getting in on its agreement to purchase assets of Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. GM, along with some unnamed alliance partners, agreed in April to buy $400 million in assets of the bankrupt South Korean auto maker. SAIC wants to expand its cooperation with GM. It already has a $1.5 billion JV with GM in Shanghai for the production of the Buick Sail and other ...

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