General Motors Corp.’s latest China acquisition is slated to build products that come from the recently formed GM Daewoo Automotive Technology Ltd. Fritz Henderson But the plant will not be operated by the GM-Daewoo entity, nor will the vehicles carry the Daewoo badge, says Fritz Henderson, GM Asia/Pacific president, talking to journalists at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. GM late last year announced that, in conjunction with its Chinese partner ...
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