MADRID – General Motors will inject €210 million ($287 million) into its Zaragoza plant this year as it retools for a new Opel Meriva and adds two more models. The automaker is targeting output at the facility of 295,000 vehicles in 2014, up from 285,000 in 2013. The investment is part of a €1 billion ($1.4 billion) infusion of capital at the plant over a 4-year span that began last year. Overall, GM has poured more than €4.3 billion ($5.9 billion) into the 30-year-old ...

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