MUMBAI – Despite a slowdown in sales in both the U.S. and India and the acceleration of cost-cutting measures in North America, General Motors Corp. will spend Rs4 billion ($95,000) for training industry workers here. General Motors India Ltd. recently signed a memorandum of understanding with the Gujarat government to form a partnership to upgrade the state’s Industrial Training Institute in Vadodra, near GM’s production facility. “GMI will design courses on automotive technology, ...
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