MUMBAI – General Motors Co. and Chinese partner Shanghai Automotive Industries Corp. are expanding their cooperation in Asia and creating a new joint-venture company to help their regional expansion efforts, to be called General Motors SAIC Investment Ltd. GM also is shifting majority interest in Shanghai General Motors Co. Ltd. in China to SAIC, which will hold 51% of the lucrative car company. The move is seen by industry analysts as part of GM’s effort to overhaul its global ...

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