General Motors Corp. will open a science office in Trollhättan, Sweden, this year that will focus on vehicle safety, emissions and advanced manufacturing. The operation, a $26 million agreement between GM and the Swedish government that is scheduled to run until at least 2008, will develop centers of expertise in Sweden and coordinate all research and development activities. Trollhättan is home to GM's Saab Automobile. "GM's extensive network of collaborators in Sweden including ...
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