DETROIT, Oct 27 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. said on Wednesday it will invest $250 million in its Shreveport, Louisiana, vehicle assembly plant to build the new Hummer H3 mid-size sport utility vehicle, GM's latest step to expand the Hummer brand. The plant expansion will add more than 300 jobs to the 3,200 working at the plant, where the world's largest automaker also builds the Chevrolet Colorado and the GMC Canyon mid-size pickup trucks. A spokesman said that GM has already made ...
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