The Michigan Economic Development Corp. approves more than $28.2 million in tax credits to persuade General Motors Corp. to expand its Flint Engine South plant and retool its Flint truck assembly plant. With MEDC’s approval of a Single Business Tax Credit, GM’s potential investment in Flint would allow the company to retool the Flint truck plant for future pickup production, as well as manufacture a new V-6 engine. The current Silverado/Sierra fullsize pickups made in Flint are scheduled ...

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