GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. signs a memorandum of understanding to ship a new line of its global small vehicles for emerging markets (GSVEM) to the GM-Uzbekistan’s joint-venture plant with UzAvtoSanoat located in Asaka, eastern Uzbekistan. General Motors Co. holds a 25% share in the JV formed in 2008, with UzAvtoSanoat holding majority ownership. A GMDAT spokesman says the South Korean subsidiary will ship complete-knocked-down kits to Asaka for assembly. The new global ...

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