BBC News reports General Motors (GM) confirming it is in talks with a number of potential third party investors about them taking a stake in its German carmaker Opel.
A spokesman said that Fritz Henderson, the GM president and chief operating officer “has been quoted as saying we are talking to six interested parties”.
Reports said GM was talking to four financial and two strategic investors.
GM would not confirm that it was seeking a reported minimum 500m euros ($645m;£444m) from investors.
US carmaker GM is facing potential bankruptcy at home and is running short of cash in Europe.
However resolving the problems facing Opel is proving far from smooth. Full story…