Suzuki Motor Corp. confirms it will take a 14.9% stake in GM Daewoo Auto and Technology, the new auto maker created by General Motors Corp. – which holds a 20% stake in Suzuki – from the assets of the failed Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. Suzuki reportedly will pay $89 million for the stake. Suzuki says it made a decision on the Daewoo stake quickly due to the potential for expansion in the Asia/Pacific region. Suzuki says parts sharing and vehicle co-development with GM and the new Daewoo is a ...

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