VIENNA – General Motors Powertrain-Uzbekistan, the joint venture owned 52% by General Motors and 48% by the Uzbek state automotive company UzAvtosanoat, inaugurates its new engine plant in the country’s capital of Tashkent. The facility, which covers 100 acres (40 ha), not only is GM’s first engine plant in Central Asia, it also is the first completely new car engine plant constructed by any auto maker on the territory of the former Soviet Union, including Russia, since the collapse of the ...
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