CANBERRA – Holden Ltd. is looking to fellow General Motors Corp. subsidiary GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. for a Holden-badged derivative in the small-car segment for the Australian market. The auto maker is looking at options for a car that costs less than the A$15,990 ($12,332) Barina. A Holden spokesman says nothing has been confirmed, but Holden “certainly is looking at that segment.” A small car has become a more attractive option because of the strength of the ...

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