TOURRETTES, France – General Motors Corp. is considering selling Cadillac and Hummer vehicles in Australia, company executives say. Among the hurdles, GM will need to make sure it has enough models available in right-hand drive to support a dealer network Down Under. Hummer could fill void for GM in Australia. Australian regulations prohibit left-hand-drive vehicles from being sold, according to GM executives here at the auto maker’s global product seminar for the media. GM plans ...
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