General Motors India is exploring ways to work with its Italian alliance partner Fiat Auto to build affordable cars for the Indian market. The two already have a purchasing and powertrain alliance that includes platform sharing in Europe and South America. GM currently holds a 10% market share in the midsize premium car segment with its Opel Astra and Corsa cars. The goal now is to increase its volumes and penetration in the overall market. The best way to do this is to offer a ...
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