NEW DELHI — General Motors India Ltd. reveals plans to start building the Opel Corsa in early 2000. Richard Swando, president of General Motors Corp.'s India unit, says the automaker will build the Corsa locally at its Halol plant in the western state of Gujarat, where it already produces the Opel Astra. GM reportedly plans to simultaneously launch the new Corsa in Asia (possibly including China), South America and Africa. The car, which GM says is on the lower end of the midsize segment, ...

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