SAO PAULO – General Motors do Brasil Ltda. is negotiating with the state of Rio Grande do Sul for tax concessions to build a new model at its Gravatai Rio Grande do Sul factory, where the successful Celta subcompact is built. GM Brazil wants to add a Celta variant to its Gravatai plant. The proposed concessions are similar to those negotiated seven years ago, when the Celta factory was first proposed – some $325 million in controversial tax breaks and other subsidies were ...

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