General Motors Corp.'s Oklahoma City assembly plant may end up building more than just the GMT370 sport/utility vehicles (SUVs) (see Ward's Automotive Reports — April 10, '00, p.4), if contract matters aren't straightened out in Moraine, OH, and GM needs additional capacity for its forthcoming GMT360 midsize SUVs. With a local contract set to expire May 1, management and union recently began bargaining again in Moraine, which makes the current Blazer/Jimmy/Bravada and is the lead plant for ...
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