SEOUL – GM Korea’s labor union is worried there is something General Motors is not telling them. Labor officials learned Nov. 1 from GM Korea President Sergio Rocha that the next-generation Chevrolet Cruze will not be produced in Korea, raising concerns the U.S. parent plans to shift the small car’s manufacturing to recession-wracked Europe to help boost its troubled Adam Opel unit in Germany. GM management has not said where the new model will be made. The Cruze ...

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