General Motors Corp. reportedly is considering producing a new Daewoo model in China named J-200, a successor to Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd.’s Nubira compact car. The new model may be produced at GM’s Shanghai joint venture plant, with output slated to begin early next year. A GM official says there are no further plans for any other platform sharing. Korean news reports also say GM and Daewoo are planning on using diesel engines made by Isuzu Motors Ltd. for Daewoo cars. Also, the two will ...

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