A General Motors joint venture in China will begin exporting complete-knocked-down kits of one of its most popular family vans to Egypt, where it will be assembled and marketed as the Chevrolet Move, the auto maker says. SAIC-GM-Wuling builds minicommercial vehicles, passenger vans and Baojun-brand passenger cars at its plant in Qingdao, Shandong province. Up to now, it has produced and sold the family van exclusively in China, where it is known as the Wuling Rong Guang. The auto ...
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