VIENNA – General Motors Uzbekistan produced 120,218 vehicles this year through June, up 10.7% from like-2012. The auto maker is a joint venture owned 25% by GM and 75% by the Uzbek state automotive company Uzavtosanoat. GM Uzbekistan’s leading model is the Chevrolet/Daewoo Nexia, a modernized version of a previous Daewoo car. However, the Nexia small sedan saw sales decline 28.7% to 30,431 units. It was followed by the Chevrolet Cobalt small sedan, the plant’s ...

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