General Motors Corp. in Thailand this month is expected to make three major announcements having to do with its alliance partners, most likely at the Bangkok Auto Show, set for March 30. One deal reportedly will be with Isuzu Motors Ltd., 49%-owned by GM, to build pickup trucks at GM's Thailand plant beginning in mid-2003. GM last August began production of the Opel-based Zafira microvan at the new plant, which is designed to accommodate more than one platform. Isuzu is the market ...

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