DETROIT, Feb 17 (Reuters) - A joint venture between DaimlerChrysler , Hyundai Motor Co. and Mitsubishi Motor Corp. said on Tuesday it was expanding a Michigan production facility to boost output of a new family of four-cylinder engines. Global Engine Manufacturing Alliance (GEMA) said a second factory will be built alongside one still under construction on its 270-acre (109-hectare) site in Dundee, Michigan, allowing it to double the originally planned capacity of the overall operation. ...
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