VIENNA – General Motors Corp. has canceled near-term plans to sell the Chevrolet Niva in Central and Western Europe. Last year, GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. said it would begin sales of the Niva, a small SUV manufactured at the ZAO GM-AvtoVAZ joint venture plant in Togliatti, Russia, through its Western Europe distribution network during first-quarter 2005. “We don’t have plans right now to export that as a Chevrolet into Europe. That’s the situation,” GM Daewoo President and ...

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