SAO PAULO — General Motors Corp. and Fiat Auto are expected to unify engine, transmission and other sectors in Brazil, in addition to the purchase of raw materials and components. This is expected to be the first concrete result of the international alliance between the two last month that saw GM swap 5% of its stock for a 20% share of the Italian automaker. GM has five units in Brazil producing engines, transmission and stamping in São Jose dos Campos and another unit in Argentina. Fiat ...

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