By Michael Ellis DETROIT, May 23 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. said it will resume normal production at its Oklahoma City plant on June 30, less than two months after the facility was badly damaged by a tornado. GM, the world's largest automaker, also said it will slash by about one-third the production of mid-size passenger vans at its Baltimore assembly plant, which would likely lead to a reduction in the 1,300-strong work force at the facility. GM's Oklahoma City plant, where it ...
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