GM to use imported engines in initial Volt run-UAW


DETROIT, Jan 28 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp plans to use engines brought in from overseas to begin the initial run for its all-electric Chevrolet Volt car, a United Auto Workers local president said on Wednesday. GM, which has been pledged $13.4 billion of U.S. government loans in an emergency bailout, said last year it would build an engine plant in Flint to support the Volt and a new small car, the Chevy Cruze. It suspended major work on the plant as its cash crunch worsened, but ...

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