General Motors Corp. and Isuzu Motors Co. Ltd. finalize details of agreements relating to Isuzu’s restructuring. GM will acquire a majority interest in Isuzu’s diesel engine businesses and complete ownership of Duramax, Circle L 1.7L and V-6 diesel engine technologies for the sum of ¥50 billion ($420 million). GM also will name Basil N. Drossos co-representative director and executive vice president-finance, corporate planning and human resources. Drossos is currently GM Asia Pacific ...

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