VIENNA – OOO General Motors Avto, the Russian General Motors Corp. plant based in St. Petersburg, will halt output of Chevrolet Antara and Opel Captiva cross/utility vehicles for two months beginning July 1, a result of the economic crisis. The decision comes as the plant, which assembles vehicles from complete-knocked-down kits, was due to restart work after a 20-day shutdown to tool for production of the Chevrolet Cruze sedan. “Having carefully studied the state of the Russian car ...

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