VIENNA – The Serbian government gives its approval for the assembly of Adam Opel GmbH cars at the Zastava Vozila group plant in Kragujevac. Predrag Bubalo, the minister of economy, says both the tax-free import of completely built-up (CBU) Opel Astra Classic II cars and the subsequent assembly at Zastava will begin in 2008. A second Opel model could be added at the plant later. General Motors Corp. confirms negotiations but says there is no final agreement yet. Zastava already has a ...
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