SAO PAULO — China is expected to become the largest importer of Brazil-produced General Motors Corp. vehicles in 2001. GM's Brazilian subsidiary plans to sell Blazers to China in a 10-year contract. GM makes Blazer sport/utility vehicles and S-10 pickups at a joint venture plant in Shengyang. The vehicles will be shipped as complete-knock-down kits to be assembled and receive final finish in China. GM do Brasil's largest client in 2000 was Venezuela, although Argentina held the position ...
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