GENEVA – General Motors Corp. has tentative plans to build Opel Astras at the joint venture assembly plant it is constructing with AvtoVAZ in Togliatti, Russia, a top company executive tells Ward’s here at the annual Geneva Auto Salon. See related story It also may consider products from other GM nameplates, including the auto maker’s European and Asian partners, reveals David Herman, GM executive-in-charge of the Commonwealth of Independent States. “We intend, within one year, to ...
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