GM to close plant BUENOS AIRES — General Motors Corp. says it will transfer production from its Cordoba, Argentina, plant to its Rosario plant. Additionally, Silverado truck production will be transferred to a plant in Brazil. The Cordoba plant, which is rented from Renault SA, will be shut down this month. Most of the plant's 220 workers will be transferred to the Rosario plant. Cardoso's car is stolen SAO PAULO — Brazil's President Fernando Henrique Cardoso's Volkswagen Gol is stolen ...

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