The bulk of the engineering work for General Motors Corp.'s next-generation compact-car platform will be done at the auto maker's Adam Opel AG facilities in Ruesselsheim, Germany, the auto maker reveals. As recently as April, the next-generation small-car program was up for grabs between North America, Europe (Adam Opel AG) and the Asia/Pacific (GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co.) region. (See related story: GM Mulling Development Base for Next-Generation Delta) It is the second major ...

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