General Motors Corp. and Thai oil-and-gas company PTT Plc agree to a partnership to develop advanced alternative fuels in Thailand and other countries in the Southeast Asian region. GM CEO Rick Wagoner signed the agreement during a recent visit to Thailand to announce a new 15 billion baht ($445 million) clean-diesel-engine facility and upgrade an existing vehicle assembly plant in Rayong province. The first application will be the next-generation Colorado small pickup truck sold in ...

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