The GM Korea branch of the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions says it has arranged a meeting between its president, Min Ki, and Tim Lee, General Motors president-international operations, to discuss General Motors’ plan not to produce the ’14 Chevrolet Cruze in Korea. The date of the meeting has not been determined, a source close to union executives tells WardsAuto. The union also will ask for a comprehensive January meeting with the auto maker to discuss details of the ...

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