PLYMOUTH, MI – General Motors Corp. will transfer production of its ’09 fullsize hybrid pickups to Silao, Mexico, from the product line’s doomed launch site in Oshawa, ON, Canada, a top executive confirms. Additionally, GM’s pickup plant in Toluca, Mexico, will not be shuttered as widely reported. It will produce light-duty trucks for the domestic Mexican market, says Gary White, GM North America vice president-vehicle line executive, fullsize trucks. White and other GM executives at a ...

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