SAO PAULO – General Motors Corp.’s Brazilian subsidiary is offering to assist in the design and engineering of compact alternative-fuel cars for North America in an effort to help its U.S. parent overcome its financial crisis. Jaime Ardila, president of GM’s Mercosur operations, which include Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay and Argentina, says the Brazilian experience in creating small vehicles such as the Celta, Prisma, Meriva and Montana could help with the technological development of new, ...
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