General Motors Corp. says it will assemble Cadillacs in China to establish the luxury brand in the fast-growing market GM will build the CTS sedan, SRX cross/utility and the upcoming Seville successor, the STS, at its Shanghai joint-venture plant. CTS and SRX assembly will begin next year, while STS production is slated for 2005. GM reportedly will ship semi-knocked-down kits from the U.S. to Shanghai for the local-assembly program. The auto maker also will export some fully built ...

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