UPDATE 1-GM-Navistar truck pact expires without final deal


(Adds comment from Navistar, Flint paper, background.) CHICAGO, Aug 20 (Reuters) - Navistar International Corp on Wednesday said a tentative agreement struck late last year to buy General Motors Corp's medium-duty truck business has expired without a deal being reached. Citing what it characterized as the "significant marketplace and economic changes" that have taken place since the memorandum of understanding was signed in December, the Warrenville, Illinois-based truck and engine maker ...

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