CHICAGO – General Motors Corp. executives say they don’t expect union backlash as a result of plans to import a South Korean subcompact for sale as the Chevrolet Aveo in spring 2004. The Aveo 4-door sedan and 5-door hatchback will be built by GM Daewoo Automotive and Technology Ltd., the company formed from former Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. assets and owned 42% by GM. Aveo expected to take low-end heat off Cavalier. The car, based on the Daewoo Kalos, gets unique styling by way of ...

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