General Motors Corp. will invest $60 million over a 3-year period for a technology center in India. The facility in Bangalore will hire 260 engineers over the next 18 months, say reports. GM hopes the facility will increase productivity, allow for 24-hour global engineering and expedite vehicle research. GM has hired B.G. Prakash, formerly of India’s state-run Aeronautical Development Agency, to be director of the facility. He says research at the facility will help develop “software ...

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