GM Shanghai’s Baojun 630 sedan built at an existing plant in Wuhan.
Shanghai General Motors breaks ground today for a new, 300,000-vehicle-capacity plant in Wuhan in Hubei province in central China. It will be a completely self-contained production complex with press, body assembly, paint and support facilities. GM’s Chinese-brand Baojun 630 sedan is built in Liuzhou, Wuhan, by its SAIC-GM-Wuling mini commercial-vehicle joint venture. The newest Wuhan plant will complement expansion projects under way at two other GM Shanghai locations. ...
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