General Motors Corp. invests €550 million ($700 million) in its Zaragoza, Spain, plant for a new stamping plant and paint shop to support production of the fourth-generation Opel Corsa. GM’s largest European assembly plant, Zaragoza has a workforce of 7,600 and annual capacity of 400,000 vehicles. The facility, which has produced the subcompact Opel Corsa since it opened in 1982, also builds the Opel Meriva. The first Corsa production model will roll off the assembly line July 31. GM ...

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