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GM Uzbekistan (Uzbek: JM O‘zbеkiston, Russian: Джи Эм Узбекистан) is an joint venture between the Uzbek OJSC UzAvtosanoat and the US American General Motors Company for the manufacturing of automobiles.[1] Following the partial association with Daewoo Motor, Chevrolet got information about this Uzbek car manufacturer. After several years of negotiations Chevrolet and GM Daewoo had finally completed them successfully in 2007. As an result of the successfully negotiations the GM Uzbekistan was founded. GM Daewoo is located in Asaka and divides the assembly plant with the separate company Uz-DaewooAvto.

GM Uzbekistan began production on 27th November 2008. The first assembled car on this day was an Chevrolet Lacetti which also was the 1,000,000 assembled vehicle out of the production from UzAvtosanoat. The annual production of GM Uzbekistan are 250,000 units.[2][3][4] Since the beginning of the third quarter Chevrolet is manufacturing the Chevrolet Spark M300 in Asaka. The M300 is currently intended only for export. Currently, the models are assembled CKD and SKD kits. But GM Uzbekistan plans to manufacture up to 50 % of all needed parts and want to realize it soon as possible.[5] Any companies are currently founded like an own engine production called GM Powertrain Uzbekistan[6] and plants for the production of door panels, car seats and dashboards. Another plant is producing 200,000 units of front- rear- and side windows for the vehicles of the Uz-DaewooAvto and the Chevrolet Lacetti.[7] Currently, about 5,000 employees working at the GM Uzbekistan assembly plant.[8]

The resolution said that GM Uzbekistan will annual produce 1,008 units of Epica, 696 units of Captiva and 888 units of Tacuma.

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  1. ^ "GM Uzbekistan to build Chevrolet small car". autoevolution. 2010-02-15. http://www.autoevolution.com/news/gm-uzbekistan-to-build-chevrolet-small-car-16811.html. Retrieved 2010-07-23. 
  2. ^ "One million cars produced at Asaka plant". old.gov.uz. 2008-11-28. http://old.gov.uz/en/content.scm?contentId=44362. Retrieved 2010-07-23. 
  3. ^ "Millionth car of Uzbekistan". ut.uz (Uzbekistan Today). 2008-12-05. http://www.ut.uz/eng/business/millionth_car_of_uzbekistan.mgr. Retrieved 2010-07-23. 
  4. ^ "General Motors baut und verkauft Chevrolet-Modelle in Usbekistan". autosieger.de. 2007-10-09. http://www.autosieger.de/article13525.html. Retrieved 2010-07-23. 
  5. ^ "Новый авто GM Uzbekistan". chevrolet-uz.com. http://chevrolet-uz.com/новый-авто-gm-uzbekistan/. Retrieved 2010-07-23. 
  6. ^ "Двигатели будут производиться на GM Powertrain Uzbekistan". chevrolet-uz.com. http://chevrolet-uz.com/двигатели-будут-производиться-на-gm-powertrain-uzbekist/. Retrieved 2010-07-23. 
  7. ^ "Поставщик автостекла для GM Uzbekistan". chevrolet-uz.com. http://chevrolet-uz.com/поставщик-автостекла-для-gm-uzbekistan/. Retrieved 2010-07-23. 
  8. ^ "Uzbek Carmakers Produce a Millionth Car at Asaka Plant". jahonnews.uz. http://www.jahonnews.uz/eng/sections/economy/uzbek_carmakers_produce_a_millionth_car_at_asaka_plant.mgr. Retrieved 2010-07-23. 

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