SHANGHAI — Industry insiders say General Motors Corp. is working on plans to build the Opel Corsa at its Shanghai joint-venture production facilities. Elsewhere, GM recently announced that it plans to launch the Corsa notchback sedan, which it says falls in the lower end of the mid-size segment, simultaneously in the Asian, South American and African markets in early 2000. In Asia, it plans to build the car at a plant in Halol, India, specially tailored for the Indian market. GM China ...

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