Cruze sedan built for domestic market at Russian plant.
VIENNA – General Motors Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson attends the official groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion of the GM Auto car plant in St. Petersburg, Russia Friday. GM Auto, GM’s wholly owned subsidiary, will increase its annual production capacity from the current 98,000 units to 230,000 by 2015. Employment will increase from the present 2,500 to 4,000. The project is the most significant development for the auto maker’s Russian operations since GM Auto ...
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