In a surprise move, General Motors Corp. sells its 20% stake in Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., maker of Subaru vehicles, reportedly worth $422 million. Toyota Motor Corp. has purchased 8.7%, or 68 million of the 157 million Fuji shares owned by GM for ¥520 ($4.56) per share. Total investment reportedly is $315 million. Subaru B9 Tribeca A casualty of the dissolution is the previously announced plan to build a Saab cross/utility vehicle based on the Subaru B9 Tribeca CUV. Fuji ...
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