NEW DELHI – For 12 years, General Motors India Ltd. has been a fringe player here, selling only 38,857 passenger vehicles in the last fiscal year that ended March 31 and earning a mere 2.5% market share. But things appear to be changing as parent General Motors Corp. takes a renewed interest in this burgeoning market. Top GM brass, led by Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner and Nick Reilly, Asia/Pacific president, visited India this week to launch a new, more-powerful and efficient 1.0L Chevy ...

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