The European Commission says it will investigate whether a regional aid package totaling E16.2 million ($14.3 million) given to Vauxhall Motors Ltd. by the U.K. violates state aid rules. The package was granted to help the General Motors Corp. subsidiary complete retooling at its Ellesmere Port plant. Vauxhall plans to convert the plant from single-model production to 2-model production, with capacity to produce both the Astra and Vectra models. The retooling is expected to safeguard the ...

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