General Motors Corp. launches its Optra sedan – a version of the Daewoo Lacetti that is making its way through several Asian markets – in the Thai market. A soft launch three months ago at the Bangkok auto show resulted in some 1,100 orders for the car. The first Optra rolled off the production line at GM Thailand's plant in Rayong province earlier this month. (See related story: GM Takes Daewoo J200 Platform to India, China, Thailand) Despite being developed by the former Daewoo Motor ...

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