DETROIT, May 20 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp.'s Saab brand will relocate its U.S. headquarters to Detroit from Atlanta and cut some of its 80 jobs in the move, officials said on Thursday. The move will result in significant cost savings for Saab and allow it to work more effectively with the rest of General Motors, Saab spokesman Kevin Smith said. "We save significantly on facility costs. We save significantly on structural costs, because we cut down on redundancies. It will give us ...
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