General Motors Corp. plans to make further investments in its Rayong facility as part of its goal to be the largest pickup truck manufacturer in Thailand. GM’s Chevy Lumina will compete with upscale brands in Thailand. The plant, which began operations following the Asia/Pacific region’s 1997 economic crisis, now produces the Chevrolet Zafira multipurpose vehicle, Chevrolet Optra sedan and Isuzu Motors Ltd.-designed pickup. The Zafira is exported to 19 countries and the Optra, ...
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