General Motors Co. breaks ground on its new GM China Advanced Technology Center, which will house four key research and development organizations and incorporate nine research laboratories and 62 testing labs. The latest center will be part of GMâ€™s global engineering and design network, complementing R&D work done in China by the Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center in Shanghai and China Automotive Energy Research Center in Beijing, both joint ventures of GM and Shanghai Automotive ...
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