Corsa 5-door kits to come from GM’s Zaragoza, Spain, plant.
VIENNA – Unison, the British-Belarusian joint venture, will launch assembly of the Opel Corsa hatchback from semi-knocked-down kits next year. A framework agreement, signed by GM Russia President and Managing Director James Bovenzi and Unison Director General Dmitry Egorov, calls for the car to be built at Unison facilities in Obchak, about six miles (10 km) from the country’s capital Minsk. Belarus-assembled Corsas will be sold in the markets of the Customs Union, which ...
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