VIENNA – General Motors Uzbekistan YoAJ, the Uzbek joint venture car plant based in Asaka, aims to relocate semi-knocked-down assembly of the Chevrolet Epica and Captiva models to the country’s capital in Tashkent, where the auto maker plans to launch engine production in 2011. The move, which is designed to free up production space in the Asaka plant, will be completed later this year. GM Uzbekistan plans to set up a new subsidiary in Tashkent at the premises of the aircraft ...
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