General Motors Corp. is considering putting Allison Transmission on the sales block, among other strategic options for the subsidiary, as the auto maker attempts to increase its cash position. Allison provides transmissions for GM’s heavy-duty trucks and commercial vehicles and also designs and manufactures automatic transmissions for other vehicle makers, including for buses and military vehicles. A GM spokeswoman says the auto maker is not in discussions with potential buyers and has ...
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