General Motors Corp. made plans last week to spend $1.7 billion on manufacturing operations in Oklahoma City and Lansing, MI. In Oklahoma City, the automaker confirmed plans to convert its plant from car to truck output. GM will invest $700 million in the facility and in 2002 begin building GMT370s — a stretched version of the forthcoming GMT360 midsize sport/utility vehicles (SUVs) featuring a Dodge Durango-like third row of seats. Unlike the current midsize SUVs and the GMT360 family ...

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