General Motors will become the first U.S. auto maker to return to Myanmar after signing a letter of intent with Pacific Alpine for the distribution, sale and service of Chevrolet vehicles starting in the fourth quarter. Waiting to greet GM will be a market of more than 60 million people with little choice in new vehicles as a result of global sanctions in place for a half-century in the country once known as Burma. The United Nations, the U.S. and the European Union imposed economic ...

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