SAO PAULO – General Motors de Argentina S.A. is adding a second shift at its Corsa plant in Alvear, Argentina, near Rosario. The move will allow production to increase 20,000 units, from 40,000 Novo Corsa and Corsa Classic passenger cars annually to 60,000, a company spokesman says. GM Argentina currently employs 1,200 workers and plans to invest $150 million to accommodate the additional shift. The auto maker exports 30,000 cars annually to Mexico, Chile and other Latin American ...
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