DETROIT, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Billionaire investor Kirk Kerkorian on Thursday called for the board of General Motors Corp. to take a "strong" role in reviewing a potential alliance with Renault-Nissan, saying such a tie-up remained an important opportunity for the automaker. Kerkorian, through his investment company Tracinda Corp., told GM in a letter released Thursday in a regulatory filing that he was considering buying an additional 12 million shares in GM, the world's largest automaker. ...
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