BUPYEONG, South Korea – General Motors Co.’s Global Vehicle Line Executive Jack Keaton says the all-new Korean-built Chevrolet Spark has a future in America, and GM is seriously considering selling the A-segment car in the U.S. However, it’s unlikely the Spark will be built in the U.S. “I don’t see something like that happening,” he says. “The minicar market probably isn’t going to be super big in North America, but it’s an interesting thought.” Keaton has been based at GM Daewoo Auto ...

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