The CAMI Automotive Inc. plant in Ingersoll, Ont., is modern, efficient and half empty. The joint venture of General Motors and Suzuki is described by officials of both companies as one of their most significant collaborations in a history that dates back more than 20 years. It is Suzuki’s manufacturing base in North America. Osamu Suzuki, chairman and chief executive of the Japanese company bearing his name, says CAMI was founded in 1989 to introduce the “liter car” as an antidote to ...
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