General Motors Corp. is teaming up with a leading engineering university to establish a new engine-research center in Turin that will study ways to reduce the impact of automobiles on the environment. The facility at the Polytechnic of Turin, which is home to some 26,000 students, will cost an estimated €100 million ($125 million). Up to €50 million ($62.5 million) will be funded by a European Investment Bank loan. GM’s involvement in the project stems partly from its strong presence in ...
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