Officials at General Motors Corp.'s newest plant in Europe say production ramp-up of the new Agila microvan is going smoothly, but it is not expected to reach its full three-shift capacity of 150,000 units until 2001 — mainly because of market factors. Manufacturing officials interviewed at the plant in Gliwice, near Poland's southern border, say the plant likely will produce 110,000 or 112,000 units on two shifts this year. The tiny Agila people-mover will account for 75% of production, ...

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