General Motors Corp. will launch production today, Sept. 18, of 5-door versions of the revamped '01 Opel Corsa at its Zaragoza, Spain, assembly plant. The facility, which began output of 3-door models Aug. 21, is expected to build 425,000 of the cars — sold in nearly 80 countries — in the first full year of production. Zaragoza, which employs 5,400 workers in 495 work teams on three shifts, currently is building about 45 cars per hour, but is looking to ramp that up to 90 units per hour ...
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