MONTREAL, Feb 28 (Reuters) - General Motors of Canada said on Friday it signed an agreement with the Quebec government aimed at increasing to C$1.2 billion ($811 million) from C$800 million the supply contracts it gives in Quebec. GM's decision follows months of negotiations with public officials after the closure last year of the company's Camaro and Firebird plant in Ste-Therese, the only auto plant that was left in the province. GM also agreed to give C$10 million in the next five ...
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