MUMBAI – With U.S. parent General Motors Corp. struggling to stave off bankruptcy, General Motors India Ltd. is focusing on its own survival strategies in India. Karl Slym, president and managing director, says the auto maker plans to offer Chevrolet-branded vehicles with a wide choice of highly fuel-efficient powertrains, as well as launch an array of models that run on alternate fuels. GMI also plans to offer educational programs for employees interested in vehicle design, engineering ...

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