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South Korean government may save GM Korea from bankruptcy

GM Korea has been thrown a lifeline, with the Korea Development Bank (KDB) indicating it will help fund the company's restructuring and investment. Lee Dong-gull, CEO of the state-owned KDB, has told Reuters it could inject 500 billion won ($609 million) into GM Korea...

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Holden Epica to be replaced by new medium sedan in 2012
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Holden Epica to be replaced by new medium sedan in 2012

The Holden Epica medium sedan will be axed and replaced by an all-new model in 2012, as Holden aims to become competitive in the Toyota Camry-dominated medium segment. Holden Chairman and Managing Director Mike Devereux, who is currently in Detroit for the 2011 North American International Auto Show, said the Epica would be replaced by short-wheel base version of the Epsilon II platform...


Holden testing Daewoo LaCrosse for Australian market
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Holden testing Daewoo LaCrosse for Australian market

Holden has been spied testing a re-badged version of the newly released Buick LaCrosse on Australian roads. The ingeniously named Daewoo LaCrosse will be produced for the Korean market and built in both the USA and China. The LaCrosse is powered by three engines, two of which are common to the newly updated VE Commodore range. A 2...


Holden exports to Korea GM-Daewoo Veritas
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Holden exports to Korea GM-Daewoo Veritas

GM Holden is to export a super luxurious version of the long-wheelbase WM series vehicle to Korea where it will be known as the GM-Daewoo Veritas. - By DAVID TWOMEY Announcing the export deal today in Melbourne the Chairman and Managing Director of GM Holden, Mr Mark Reuss, described the vehicle as a great addition to Holden’s export portfolio, demonstrating the company’s reach and flexibility...