DETROIT – General Motors Corp. will invest $500 million at its Lordstown, OH, assembly plant to build the next generation of small cars for the world’s largest auto maker. GM's Lordstown, OH, plant produces the Chevrolet Cavalier Construction, which includes a complete renovation of the general assembly and body shops as well as a new paint shop, should be complete by the end of 2004. GM also will refurbish its adjacent metal stamping plant. “Senior management completed its ...

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