BEIJING (AP) -- General Motors Corp. says one of its Chinese joint ventures has begun exporting Chevrolet minivans to Peru, adding to global automakers' small but growing vehicle exports from China.
GM says Thursday the Chevrolet N200 minivans are made by SAIC-GM-Wuling and will be sold through Chevrolet's dealer network in Peru.
The N200 will be the second Chinese-made GM vehicle sold in Latin America. The company has also exported Chevrolet Sail compact cars from China to Chile.
Most production in China is aimed at the fast-growing Chinese market.
Honda Motor Co. began exporting its Jazz compact from China to Europe in 2005.
Chrysler LLC has signed a deal with China's Chery Automobile Co. to produce a low-cost model for sale under the Dodge brand in the U.S.