GLIWICE, Poland — General Motors Corp.'s Adam Opel AG unit is trying to give its new Agila microvan a youthful, carefree image, but it's on a deadly serious mission: it's out to prove Poland can produce a world-class car. In the past, most products built here have been sold here or exported to other countries in Eastern or Central Europe, where consumers are less discerning. Now, armed with its gleaming new plant and highly trained workforce, GM hopes to prove products built in Poland can ...
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