General Motors Co. is expected to confirm next week a major investment at a plant in Tonawanda, NY, to accommodate production of its next-generation Ecotec 2.0L engine. Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-NY) congratulates GM in a news release, saying the investment, worth “hundreds of millions” will “fund the next-generation, fuel efficient 4-cyl. Ecotec engine.” Tonawanda is the current production site of GM’s 2.0L Ecotec 4-cyl. engine, which powers several vehicles including the Chevrolet Cobalt ...

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