SEOUL — General Motors Corp. is looking to form a possible alliance with Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd., its subsidiary Kia Motors Corp., Samsung Motor Inc. or Ssanyong Motor Corp., which is owned by Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. It's all part of the U.S. automaker's strategy for capturing a slice of the Korean market, says David Jerome, managing director of GM Korea, in an exclusive interview with Ward's Automotive International. Jerome says GM also is considering building a greenfield car ...

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