MADRID – General Motors Co. is ramping up production of its new Opel Meriva at its Zaragoza assembly plant, with output now running at 234 units per day and targeted for 400 daily next month. This second-generation Meriva is slated to go on sale in Europe in June. Zaragoza launched output April 6 after meeting some stiff quality goals during the pre-production phase. GM Spain is targeting sales at about 40,000 units this year and 130,000 in 2011. The small Meriva multipurpose ...

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