PARIS – General Motors Corp. will build Chevrolets in Central or Eastern Europe to handle continued growth of the brand, top executives tell Ward’s. “We need more capacity for Chevy in Europe,” says Carl-Peter Forster, president-General Motors Europe. Chevrolet is the “forgotten success story,” he says, noting sales have gone from about 80,000 in 2002 (when GM assumed assets of the former Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd., creating GM Daewoo Automotive & Technology Co. and establishing the ...

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