VIENNA – Austrian engine and transmission plant Opel Austria Powertrain GmbH, a division of the Fiat-GM Powertrain joint venture, celebrates its 20-year anniversary this year. Since 1982 the plant has produced about 7.5 million engines, 12.5 million transmissions and 2.5 million cylinder heads. Current capacity is 570,000 engines and 1.2 million transmissions annually. Over the last 20 years, General Motors Corp. has invested $1.68 billion in its Vienna-based plant. Another $296 million ...

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