SAO PAULO – General Motors do Brasil Ltda. would like to build a new model car at its Celta car plant in Rio Grande do Sul. The auto maker has contacted the governor of the state, Germano Rigotto, to discuss tax incentives. The factory in Gravatai builds the Celta subcompact car and is considered the most modern GM plant in the world. (see related story: GM launches new Blue Macaw car plant in Brazil) Analysts say GM will produce another model based on the Celta but with a 1.4L ...
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