MUMBAI – General Motors Corp. is considering further investment in its Indian operations of about $300 million-$400 million for a new engine and transmission plant. The engines would range from 1.2L-2.0L and increase local vehicle content from 70% to 90%. A decision will be made in the next six months, GM Asia/Pacific President Nick Reilly tells reporters at a recent groundbreaking ceremony in Talegaon, southeast of Mumbai, for General Motors India Ltd.’s second passenger-car plant ...

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