TAIPEI — Operations at General Motors Taiwan are shaken up during the Sept. 21 earthquake that left much of the country in ruin. GMT, which assembles Opel Astra vehicles in a Taipei plant, was shut down completely for several days following the quake. Some employees needed to live in the plant for a few days, until they could find lodging, says Terence B. Johnsson, managing director of GMT. After getting back up and running, the plant, along with the rest of the country, was receiving ...
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