Fuji may use GM plants in N.A., Europe TOKYO — Fuji Heavy Industries Inc., maker of Subaru vehicles, says it may use General Motors Corp. plants to increase output in North America and Europe. GM recently bought a 20% stake in Fuji Heavy (see WAI Update — Dec. '99, p.1). Fuji Heavy says it has plans to assemble Legacy sedans, Forester sport/utility vehicles and Impreza wagons at the overseas plants. GM has 31 assembly plants in North America and 17 production facilities in Europe. Ford ...

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