The patient is in critical condition. Japan-based Isuzu Motors is fighting for its life, and right now the future is uncertain, if not downright bleak. After promising for the past 18 months that it would put no more money into Isuzu, controlling stakeholder General Motors agreed to kick in $500 million for one more shot at recovery. But the cash infusion – which may have staved off bankruptcy – is less a show of support for the struggling Isuzu than it is a near cashing out of the game ...
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