SAO PAULO – General Motors Corp. is making good its promise to give its Brazilian division a major role in designing and developing light- and medium-duty trucks for world markets. Starting in 2012, Brazil’s product-development center will be asked to create pickup trucks that can be manufactured at other GM plants throughout the world. GM do Brasil Ltda. President Ray Young says the auto maker also will continue to specialize in developing compact cars for the domestic market. “We ...

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