General Motors Corp.’s Oklahoma City assembly plant will be closed indefinitely due to a tornado that struck the factory’s paint shop, body shop and powerhouse. GMC Envoy XL output halted due to weather-related damage at GM’s Oklahoma City assembly plant. The facility, which underwent a $700 million overhaul in 2001, was closed following the storm May 8 and remained shut down May 9. “I would say there is significant damage,” a GM spokesman says. No GM employees were ...

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