General Motors Co. confirms plans to invest $163 million in three U.S. plants, including a Flint, MI, engine facility long-awaiting the arrival of promised production of the engine used in the new-for-’11 Chevrolet Cruze and Volt sedans. Although later than originally planned, Flint South will begin building next year both the turbocharged and naturally aspirated versions of GM’s 1.4L engine on the strength of a $138.3 million outlay. The auto maker originally planned two years ago to ...

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