General Motors Corp. is expanding its Brazilian design center staff by 60% to exploit the region’s expertise in developing small cars, says Ed Welburn Jr., vice president-global design. The auto maker’s Brazilian studio also will contribute to the development of a small truck product, Welburn says while briefing journalists on GM’s plans for next month’s Detroit auto show. In addition to introducing a Chevrolet concept vehicle GM officials would not reveal, the auto maker will reprise ...

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