General Motors Corp. confirms it will move its Asia/Pacific regional headquarters from Singapore to Shanghai. The relocation will uproot about 100 employees who work in Singapore, where GM’s Asia/Pacific center of operations have been located since 1993. GM CEO Rick Wagoner announcing the auto maker will relocate its Asia/Pacific headquarters. The move to Shanghai includes a $250 million investment by GM and its China-based partner Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. to upgrade the ...

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