A new C$35 million ($28 million) research and development center for advanced truck manufacturing and clean diesel technology will be established at the University of Windsor in Windsor, Ont., Canada. It stems from a C$270 million ($191 million) investment by International Truck and Engine Corp. and the Canadian and Ontario governments, pledged in 2003 when the truck maker’s Navistar International Corp. assembly plant in nearby Chatham, Ont., faced the threat of closure. The C$33 million ...
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