GM kills some cars, may seek union concessions


DETROIT, March 21 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. said on Monday it has canceled plans to build some rear-wheel drive cars in North America beginning in 2008, in a move that industry analysts said could further erode its competitiveness against other automakers. The "Zeta" architecture, as the underpinnings of the cars are called, was expected to be used to build an array of vehicles, including the next-generation Pontiac GTO sports car and the Buick Velite convertible, industry analysts ...

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