SEOUL – The upcoming ’10 Chevrolet Cruze compact sedan is a fitting example of how General Motors Corp.’s international units can help the financially strapped U.S. parent bring new, more fuel-efficient small cars to North America. The Cruze, known as the Daewoo Lacetti Premiere in Korea, was fully designed and developed at the GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co.’s Bupyeong design and vehicle-development center here. However, the global midsize architecture underpinning the car comes from ...

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