DETROIT – General Motors Corp.’s Asia/Pacific division is letting Suzuki Motor Corp. take the lead in negotiations with the Indian government regarding an up-for-grabs stake in Maruti Udyog Ltd. The government is divesting its 50% stake in Maruti, an equal joint automotive venture with Suzuki. GM holds a 20% stake in the Japanese maker. Rudolph A. Schlais, outgoing president of GM Asia/Pacific, says the auto maker has informed the Indian government that it should operate solely through ...

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