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Report: GM, Tengzhong extend Hummer sale deadline until end of February

As readily illustrated by the dramatic and protracted sale of Saab to Spyker – a process that itself is not yet concluded – it's clear that extracting brands from General Motors is a time-intensive process. No surprise, then, that GM and Chinese manufacturer Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery have reportedly decided to

Recork the Champagne? China says Hummer paperwork not submitted yet

2008 Hummer HX concept – Click above for high-res gallery

GM sells HUMMER to Tengzhong for $150M, what happens to the vitriol?

Hummer HX Concept - Click above for high-res image gallery

Hummer buyer to start talks with Chinese gov't to win sale?

China's Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery, the company that recently surfaced as the top bidder for Hummer, is about to start talks with Chinese regulators to secure the deal. While General Motors has a tentative agreement with Tengzhong, the two companies have yet to receive the state's blessing, which is necessary for the sale to go through.

REPORT: China to block HUMMER sale to Tengzhong

2008 Hummer H2 - Click above for high-res gallery

Is selling Hummer the morally correct thing to do? [w/POLL]

General Motors' potential sale of Hummer to Tengzhong is probably good news for those interested in seeing the company return to independent and profitable status as quickly as possible. The move should see enable GM to shed the negative political and social association of the star-crossed SUV brand and get some money in return. There is actually a better option, says The New York T

Is selling HUMMER the morally correct thing to do? [w/POLL]

GM's potential sale of HUMMER to Tengzhong is probably good news for those interested in seeing the company return to independent and profitable status as quickly as possible (and also Rush Limbaugh). GM can shed the negative political association of the land monsters and get some money in

Xinhua: Hummer is "an exaggerated and extreme example of a disregard for the environment"

General Motors' HUMMER division has long been the whipping boy of the environmental movement, and now even the Chinese government seems to be getting in on the act. Quoting Richard Wottrich, International Managing Director at investment banking firm Dresner Partners, the state-run Chinese media outlet Xinhua starts out a story on Tengzhong's bid to purchase the SUV maker from GM t