RAYONG province, Thailand -- Look for a Chevy-badged compact car to be built at the General Motors Corp. plant in Rayong province, Thailand, for sale in the region by 2005, as part of a long-range plan to make the facility a profitable regional operation. The year-and-a-half-old plant assembles 52,000 units of the Zafira microvan, sold around the world as Opel, Holden and Vauxhall brands, and now as the Subaru Traviq for the Japanese market. The plant is making money on current volumes, ...

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