By Narayanan Madhavan BANGALORE, India, Feb 25 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp said on Tuesday it would invest $60 million over three years in an Indian technology centre which would aid round-the-clock global engineering and research to make futuristic vehicles. Officials of the world's biggest car maker said the centre, with 260 engineers to be hired over the next 18 months, will start work in June and collaborate with U.S. and European centres of the company over high-speed ...
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