General Motors’ Southeast Asian operations report sales of new vehicles in the region surged 61% ahead of year-ago in February, boosted by the recent launch of the Chevrolet Cruze sedan and Captiva cross/utility vehicle. The markets of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand all posted impressive growth, GM says. “We wanted to get a quick start into 2011 and, on the strength of our product lineup and the special efforts of our dealer network, we have steadily gained market ...

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