GENEVA – GM Daewoo Automotive & Technology Ltd. will ship its new Nubira sedan in complete knocked-down form to China beginning later this year, and the newly formed auto maker is looking at two other final assembly deals there, says President and CEO Nick Reilly. Reilly also tells Ward’s a decision on adding a new car-based cross/utility vehicle to the lineup will come by May. GM’s JV in Shanghai will assemble Nubira. The Nubiras will go to General Motors Corp.’s joint ...

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