SHANGHAI — Even as General Motors Corp. rolled out its first Buick sedan at a gala lineoff ceremony attended by 2,000 last month at its US$1.57 billion joint venture plant in Shanghai's Pudong district, there was insider talk that the new plant may add smaller, cheaper vehicles to the lineup. Adam Opel AG models, sources say, are one possibility, such as the Corsa, or perhaps the new Zafira microvan built off the Astra platform. That particular buzz, although not new, does seem to be ...
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