GM Vietnam

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GM Vietnam Motor Company
Type Subsidiary
Industry Automotive
Founded 1993 (VIDAMCO)
2011 (GM Vietnam)
Headquarters Thanh Trì, Hanoi, Vietnam
Area served Vietnam
Products Automobiles
Owners General Motors
Parent GM Korea Company
Website gmvietnam.com.vn

GM Vietnam Motor Company (former Vietnam-Daewoo Motor Company Limited or VIDAMCO) is an automobile manufacturer based in Vietnam and a subsidiary of the GM Korea Company.

The company was officially established in December 1993 as a joint-venture between the Korean Daewoo Motor Corporation and the 7983 Mechanic Union Enterprise that was owned by the Vietnamese Ministry of Defense.[1]

In April 2000, the company has become a 100% foreign investment enterprise after Daewoo Motor acquired the share of its Vietnamese partner. In July 2011, the name of the company was changed from VIDAMCO to GM Vietnam.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "History". GM Vietnam. Retrieved 9 May 2012. 

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