Isuzu Motors Ltd. plans to boost its stake in Chinese light-truck maker Qingling Motors Co. Ltd. from its current 7% to 20%. The deal would include an offer from Isuzu to buy about 325 million shares in Qingling, which makes commercial trucks under the Isuzu brand, for approximately ¥9.4 billion ($86.9 million). Isuzu, owned 10% by General Motors Corp., also may establish engine and marketing joint ventures with Qingling, reports say. Qingling shares, which trade on the Hong Kong stock ...
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