General Motors Corp. again denies it is talking with Magna International Inc. about selling the supplier its Ste. Therese, Que., plant (see Ward's Automotive Reports — May 31, '99 p.4). But a GM of Canada Ltd. spokesman declined to say whether GM and Magna were discussing assembly plans for elsewhere in Canada. The topic resurfaced last week after the Toronto Globe and Mail reported a CBC television crew inadvertently recorded Magna Chairman Frank Stronach privately saying, “We're talking to ...

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