GENEVA — General Motors Corp. will initiate talks by the end of July on buying out the remaining 50% of Saab Automobile AB, Saab officials say. Talks could be difficult, reports suggest, because of Saab's successes over the past few years. The automaker has posted revenue gains in recent years and is now close to breaking even. That good performance gives both parties an interest in keeping their shares, Saab says. GM, which acquired half of the Swedish automaker in 1989, holds the ...

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