DEARBORN, Michigan, U.S.A. — General Motors Corp. Asia/Pacific President Rudolph A. Schlais says the company still is in talks with Chongqing Chang'an Automotive Co. Ltd. regarding a small-car joint venture, despite the Chinese company's new alliance with rival automaker Ford Motor Co. The state recently approved a proposal that Ford and Chang'an enter into a JV to produce a small family-size car. Schlais, however, says rivals sharing common parents hasn't stopped GM in the past. GM has ...
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