SINGAPORE – General Motors Corp. is expected to announce it will replace the Daewoo brand name in the Asia/Pacific region with Chevrolet. Industry sources tells the Business Times that Singapore will be among the first markets where the Chevrolet tag is used on existing Daewoo products. The Chevy brand already is used in other markets in the region, including China, Japan and Thailand. However, it has not been used on models previously known as Daewoos. In Thailand, for instance, the ...

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