DETROIT — In what both partners are calling a “historic partnership,” General Motors Corp. and Fiat SpA announce a strategic cross-sharing alliance that includes a stock swap, ending months of speculation about the future of the Turin, Italy-based industrial group. Among other things, the deal ensures the return of Alfa Romeo cars to the U.S. market, both sides say. GM is acquiring a 20% stake in the Agnelli family-run industrial group's carmaking arm, Fiat Auto, in exchange for about 5.1% ...
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