General Motors Corp. in Thailand is revising its output target for the compact Zafira multi-purpose van's first full year of production. In order to accommodate strong demand, GM Chairman John F. Smith Jr. last week announced an increase — from 40,000 units to 60,000 for 2001. Mr. Smith made his comments at the $640 million plant's official inauguration on Aug. 2. The production increase will be accompanied by $14 million in incremental investment, as well as 200-300 additional jobs, ...

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