MUMBAI – Conditions made by General Motors India Ltd. (GMI) for acquiring the idled Daewoo Motors India Ltd. (DMIL) assembly plant now have been met. It is up to GMI to decide whether it still wants the plant to build its Chevy Spark, which is based on the Daewoo Matiz minicar. The facility, which used to build the Matiz, has a capacity of 85,000 units annually. Chevy Spark The auto maker offered to buy the facility a year ago. Tired of waiting, it recently set a June 30 deadline ...

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