General Motors Co.’s China arm exports the first batch of commercial minivans from its SAIC-GM-Wuling Automotive Co. Ltd. joint venture to Latin America, Africa and the Middle East regions. The initial shipment of 150 Wuling N200 vans sporting Chevrolet badges left the port of Guangzhou today, GM China Group President Kevin Wale says in a release. GM China also will ship the more upscale N300 model to the same markets. The 1.2L N300, launched in China in July 2008, has a more spacious ...

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