GM Holden Ltd. is studying an alliance with General Motors Corp.’s Pontiac division to get the A$1 billion ($783 million) or more it will need to develop the next-generation Commodore range. “I see a long-term relationship with us and Pontiac,” Denny Mooney, GM Holden executive chairman, says. “To overcome the inertia inside the corporation to get the investment funds needed to do new cars, you are better off having a partner.” GM Holden’s Commodore SS will be badged as the Pontiac G8 ...

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