TOKYO — General Motors Corp. has no plans to increase its 49% stake in struggling Isuzu Motors Corp., says G. Richard Wagoner, president and chief operating officer of GM. Instead, GM is lending its resources and support to Isuzu's next-generation Asian Utility Vehicle (AUV), as well as its new engines. Isuzu unveiled the prototype of its AUV — code named the 160 Project — at last month's Tokyo Motor Show. The Japanese automaker began manufacturing and selling the first AUV in Indonesia ...

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