Wagoner says GM can save itself but open to alliances

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PARIS, Sept 28 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. Chief Executive Rick Wagoner said on Thursday he was still open to an alliance with Renault and Japan's Nissan but that the U.S. carmaker's own restructuring plan would save it. "We have made it very clear that we have a pretty detailed turnaround and growth strategy for GM which is working very well and that is what is going to save the company and make the company prosperous," Wagoner told reporters. Wagoner, who met Renault and NissaN ...

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