General Motors Corp. is committing a combined $104 million to expand renovation projects at assembly plants in Flint, MI, and Ft. Wayne, IN, according to the automaker and local government officials. GM has won a $30.4 million tax abatement for a planned $64 million expansion to its Silverado/Sierra Ft. Wayne facility. Construction will begin in April. The 74,000-sq.-ft. addition's purpose, when completed in July 2000, will be to build composite pickup boxes for the GMT800 full-size ...
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