Dec 22 (Reuters) - Isuzu Motors Ltd and General Motors Co will end their partnership in diesel engine development, an area where the Detroit-based automaker now plans to go it alone, the Nikkei business daily reported. "We won't be developing (engines) again with GM," the business daily quoted Isuzu President Susumu Hosoi as saying. General Motors had not sounded out Isuzu about their next engine design, the paper said. Isuzu will redirect the personnel and money it had dedicated to ...
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