GM Daewoo Auto & Technology is looking to double transmission production capacity at its Boryeong, South Korea, plant as it launches the third variant in its new family of 6-speed Hydra-Matic automatics. Capacity will rise from 300,000 transmissions today to 600,000 by 2010, a spokesman says. The latest 6-speed will be featured on a new General Motors Corp. global compact car that will be slightly bigger than the current Chevrolet Aveo and serve as the basis of the next-generation ...

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