General Motors Corp. names 12 manufacturing sites it intends to close as part of its reorganization under Chapter 11 protection, and the list includes assembly plants in Pontiac, MI, and Wilmington, DE. GM, which filed for bankruptcy earlier today in New York as anticipated, says it will shutter its fullsize-pickup plant in Pontiac in October and the Wilmington facility building the Pontiac Solstice, Saturn Sky and Opel GT next month. Assembly plants in Orion Twp., MI, and Spring Hill, ...
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