General Motors Corp. plans to invest $500 million in its operations in Argentina and Brazil for the development of a new generation of small vehicles for emerging markets, the auto maker says. The investment will be used in part for upgrades to GM plants in Rosario, Argentina, and Sao Caetano do Sul, Brazil, where product development work also will be done. Additionally, a new engineering building will be added at Sao Caetano do Sul, as well as new equipment and infrastructure, to ...
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