GM, facing losses in Brazil, seeks tax breaks in Sao Paulo state

General Motors Co's Brazil unit is in advanced talks with Sao Paulo state to receive tax incentives, the company told public officials and union representatives at a meeting on Tuesday, a few days after telling workers in a memo that it was losing money in the country.
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