VIENNA – Coming off record production in 2007, the Uzbekistan plant that last week officially became a new joint venture between General Motors Corp. and AK Uzavtosanoat, the Uzbek state auto industry company, is targeted to hit annual capacity of 250,000 vehicles in the next few years. The new JV, called General Motors Uzbekistan, is taking over the existing AOZT UzDaewooAvto facility in Asaka, about 220 miles (350 km) from the capital Tashkent. Uzavtosanoat controls a majority of the ...
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