General Motors India Ltd. will invest $300 million to build a second car plant in Maharashtra to produce the Chevrolet Spark Sport Recreation Vehicle (SRV) by 2008. The new plant in Western India will have an initial production capacity of 140,000 units annually. Other models may be added at a later date, GMI Managing Director Rajeev Chaba says. The auto maker has said its existing facility in Halol lacks the capacity to handle the Spark. However, GMI is upping output at Halol from ...

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