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Kazakhstan: Asia Avto to add 3 new Chevy models

General Motors and Kazakhstan’s largest car manufacturer Asia Avto are expanding the scope of their collaboration. The partners began assembling Chevrolet models at Asia Avto’s plant in Ust-Kamenogorsk in Kazakhstan in 2007. Jim Bovenzi, president and managing director of GM Russia and CIS, and Anatoly Balushkin, chairman of Asia Avto, have It’s time to log … Continued

General Motors and Kazakhstan’s largest car manufacturer Asia Avto are expanding the scope of their collaboration. The partners began assembling Chevrolet models at Asia Avto’s plant in Ust-Kamenogorsk in Kazakhstan in 2007.

Jim Bovenzi, president and managing director of GM Russia and CIS, and Anatoly Balushkin, chairman of Asia Avto, have

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