JOHANNESBURG – General Motors Corp. says it will invest $73.16 million in its South African operations, as part of an expansion plan to produce the new Hummer H3 here. The investment will be split between the Struandale and Kempston Road assembly plants and will include an upgrade of the equipment and tooling. However, the bulk of the investment will occur at the Struandale facility, where production of the Hummer H3 will be added to the mix. Struandale will produce both right- and ...

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