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Russian-made Chevrolet GM opened plant under St Petersburg
10.11.2008 17:12
Russian-made Chevrolet  GM opened plant under St Petersburg

Today, in the presence of the St Petersburg governor and Carl Peter Forster, the president of General Motors Europe, GM has opened its first Russian plant under St Petersburg. The parties have successfully discharged their obligations on investing the total of $300 million in the project.
      Chevrolet Captiva and Opel Antara are to be the first GM car models produced at the new plant; Chevrolet Cruze production is scheduled to start by the middle of 2009.
      Generals Motors makes vehicles in 33 countries. The most famous brands of the company are Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GM, Daewoo, Hummer and Opel.


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