Alfa confirms plans to build 156 in Thailand BANGKOK — Fiat SpA and General Motors Corp. confirm plans to assemble the Alfa Romeo 156 sedan at GM's plant in Thailand's Rayong province, which currently builds only the Zafira microvan. Production, initially an annual output of 4,000 cars, likely will start in the first quarter of next year. Fiat's investment in the deal reportedly will total US$10 million. The cars will be sold locally as well as exported to other Asian countries, as part of ...
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