In a move it says reflects the changing marketplace, General Motors Corp. is reorganizing its car and truck operations into single teams focused on engineering and manufacturing rather than vehicle type. Beginning in first quarter 2000, car and truck engineering will be handled by one team and manufacturing by the other. GM's vehicle line teams remain in place and will continue to lead the vehicle development process. GM's Powertrain and Metal Fabricating Div. operations also will operate as ...
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