Suzuki Motor Corp. reportedly will invest in GM Daewoo Auto and Technology Co., the new auto maker created from Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. assets sold to a partnership headed by General Motors Corp. GM and its partners are investing $400 million to purchase assets of Daewoo. Suzuki’s investment reportedly is about ¥10 billion-¥15 billion ($82.4 million-$123.6 million), or roughly 15%. GM holds a 20% stake in Suzuki, which says in reports it is not yet sure if it will cooperate on the ...

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