General Motors Corp. will make an official announcement Tuesday, Sept. 3, confirming plans to build the forthcoming Chevy Tracker replacement – called the Equinox – at its Ingersoll, Ont., Canada-based CAMI Automotive Inc. joint venture assembly plant with Suzuki Motor Corp., Ward’s has learned. Saturn Vue Sources also tell Ward’s CAMI President Simon Boag will be transferred by Oct. 1 to GM’s Oshawa, Ont., Canada, car assembly complex, where he will replace former plant ...
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