GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. has transferred a portion of its Captiva cross/utility vehicle output to General Motors Thailand’s plant in Rayong while upgrades are being made to the Captiva production line in Bupyeong, South Korea. “GM Thailand will produce Captivas for the Australia market temporarily because heavy demand for the vehicle is giving us capacity problems in Bupyeong,” a GMDAT spokesman tells Ward’s. The Captivas are being shipped as complete-knocked-down kits to the ...

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