In an effort to scale back capacity in Europe, General Motors Corp.’s Vauxhall unit officially ends production at its Luton, U.K., assembly plant. A Vectra hatchback was the last vehicle to roll off the Luton assembly line after 95 years of production at the facility. The closure will reduce GM Europe’s overall employment in Europe by 1,900 positions. Luton’s shutdown was announced in December as part of a sweeping restructuring of GM’s European operations. GM expects to lose $350 ...

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