BANGALORE, India – Engineers working on two shifts in India will speed up General Motors Corp.’s product development in Detroit, Russelsheim and elsewhere around the world. GM says the $21 million technical center will open this summer, eventually employing 260 engineers. The auto maker says this marks the first time GM has had engineers working shifts. The center’s opening “enables a 24-hour global engineering organization,” says John Cohoon, executive director of GM Global Engineering ...
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