General Motors India Ltd. plans to invest in phases to double its plant capacity from 25,000 to 50,000 units annually, an official of the company tells local media. Launching the Opel Vectra in Kolkata, Sanjeev Garg, general manager-sales, says current capacity utilization at the company's Gujarat plant is about 80%, with two shifts. The GM subsidiary currently is working on new vehicle launches that likely will take place in the year’s second quarter. (see related story: GM India ...

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