General Motors Corp. is close to deciding where in the U.S. to build a small car for the domestic market. Representatives from the bankrupt auto maker are meeting today in Washington with lawmakers representing three states competing to attract the job-saving production program. “We’re letting each of the states know what we’re looking for,” says Kerry Christopher, a spokesman for GM in Washington. “We’ll continue to have dialogue with each state.” Troy Clarke, president of GM North ...
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