At least one General Motors Corp. facility is no longer at-risk as the automaker tries to pare down its assembly plant network. As national negotiations with the United Auto Workers union loom closer, GM announces it will spend $457 million to expand its Arlington, TX, facility. Until GM disclosed the investment, the 45-year-old factory, which currently builds full-size sport/utility vehicles (SUVs) and heavy-duty C/K pickups, had no product plans past summer 2000. Its status was ...

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