NEW DELHI – General Motors India Ltd. is growing its investment here as it brings to market three new Chevrolet midsize models in six months and phases out the more-expensive Opel brand. The company also will construct a new manufacturing plant with the capacity for 150,000 Chevy Spark minicars, re-engineered from the Daewoo Matiz, at a cost of Rs15 billion-Rs20 billion ($333 million-$444 million). Launched last month, the affordable Aveo sedan and notchback version offer a choice of a ...

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