General Motors Corp. says it has invested $300 million to shift production of the Pontiac Grand Prix to the Oshawa (Ontario) Car Assembly Plant #2 in Canada for the ’04 model year. GM originally announced in June 2000 that it would add the Grand Prix into the mix at Oshawa. The move to Oshawa for the new Grand Prix “is a clear statement that the workers have made an enormous commitment and contribution through their high quality, skilled labor and hard work to the success of this ...

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