SEOUL – General Motors plans to invest $4.4 billion (4.8 trillion won) in its GM Korea subsidiary over the next three years for vehicle design and engineering and production technology, says Stephen Girsky, GM vice chairman-corporate strategy. The executive also hints GM Korea will test market a battery-electric Chevrolet Cruze in its home market prior to introducing the variant in other regions. Girsky makes his remarks at the recent opening of LG Chem’s new lithium-ion battery plant ...

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