General Motors subsidiary Vauxhall launches its all-new Vivaro, with the U.K.’s last van manufacturing plant securing a 10-year contract and a £185 million ($314.8 million) investment. The 109-year-old Luton plant, 30 miles (48 km) north of London, beat world-class competition from across Europe to win the contract to build the van. Rival Ford shut its Transit factory in Southampton last year making the Luton facility the sole flag-bearer for U.K. van manufacturing. The plant has ...

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