United Auto Workers union members make their latest attempt to save General Motors Corp.'s storied Buick City assembly plant in Flint, MI, scheduled to stop production forever July 2. Several employees asked company executives at GM's annual meeting in Wilmington, DE, last week not to close down the LeSabre/Bonneville plant recently cited by J.D. Power and Associates as the top quality assembly facility in North America. UAW Local 599 President Art McGee told stockholders that GM could ...

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