VIENNA – General Motors Mfg. Poland, which produces three Opel Astra versions at its plant in Gliwice, Poland, is likely to produce fewer cars in 2012 than last year. “We know that the first quarter will be down 10% from the same period last year,” Andrzej Korpak, managing director-GMMP, tells Poland’s Rzeczpospolita newspaper. “It is hard to say what the subsequent quarters will bring. I don't expect the situation to improve significantly in the ...

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