SYDNEY, Australia — General Motors-Holden Automotive Ltd. is planning a no-frills small car, most likely to be built in Thailand, for the 15-market Asia/Pacific region including China, India, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia. Holden chairman Jim Wiemels says the company is designing the car for GM, to be built within three to four years, if GM gives the go-ahead. The car likely will have a 1.1L to 1.3L engine and will be built in several body styles — including hatchback, sedan and ...
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