General Motors Corp. is asking the city of Warren, MI, for a tax break on a $190 million investment it plans at the GM Tech Center that would add 877 jobs. The outlay also would preserve employment for nearly 1,000 workers. GM wants to construct two buildings and upgrade several others at the Tech Center. GM recently finished a $1 billion investment at the suburban Detroit research and development campus. GM dedicated the Vehicle Engineering Center in Warren last year. Warren just ...
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