In this month's announcement of a broad strategic alliance and stock swap, General Motors Corp. and Fiat SpA vow to remain competitors. Initially, the tie-up appears to be another alliance justified by a industry consolidating with freight-train speed. In the same week as the GM/Fiat linkup, BMW AG announces it well sell the Land Rover sport/utility vehicle (SUV)-making portion of the Rover Group to Ford Motor Co. for nearly $3 billion, while simultaneously off-loading the rest of Rover to ...

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