MUMBAI – General Motors Co.’s strategy to leverage its Indian and Chinese resources already is making headway. The Chevy Sail, a new compact sedan developed by the Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center in Shanghai and launched in the Chinese market in January, reportedly may become the first car to be introduced in India under the new collaboration. PATAC is a joint venture between GM and SAIC Motor Corp. Ltd. Sales of GM’s Beat and Spark small cars are doing well here. The addition of ...

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