BEIJING, Aug 24 (Reuters) - China's Tengzhong, responding to reports that Chinese regulators had approved its bid for General Motors's Hummer brand, said on Monday it is still awaiting official word. The Chinese-language newspaper National Business Daily reported during the weekend that China's Ministry of Commerce had approved Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery's plan last Friday. (http://www.nbd.com.cn/newshtml/20090822/20090822183032819.html) "We don't see any reason to ...
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