2011 (GM Vietnam)
|Headquarters||Thanh Trì, Hanoi, Vietnam|
|Parent||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.
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.
- Chevrolet Aveo (2006–present)
- Chevrolet Spark (2008–present)
- Chevrolet Captiva (2009–present)
- Chevrolet Orlando (2011–present)
- Daewoo Damas (1990s-present)
- Daewoo Cielo (1995–2002)
- Daewoo Nubira (1998–2000)
- Daewoo Leganza (1998–2000)
- Daewoo Matiz (1998–2007)
- Daewoo Lanos (2000–2006)
- Daewoo Magnus (2002–2007)
- Chevrolet Vivant (2008–2011)
- Chevrolet Cruze (2010–2016)
- "History". GM Vietnam. Retrieved 9 May 2012.
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