United Auto Workers Local 652 will begin discussions this week with General Motors Corp. regarding a $350 million assembly plant the automaker wants to build in Lansing, MI, and possibly operate around the clock making several new vehicles off the Australian-designed Sigma platform. GM likely will be looking for more flexible work rules, and, sources say, it is considering three shifts at the plant. Sources and a filing with a state government agency indicate annual capacity at ...
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