General Motors Corp. will invest 15 billion baht ($445 million) to build a new engine facility and upgrade an existing vehicle assembly plant in Rayong province, Thailand, CEO Rick Wagoner tells local media. The 156,000-sq.-ft. (14,492-sq.-m) engine facility, set to launch production in 2010, will have capacity to manufacture more than 100,000 4-cyl. 2.5L and 2.8L turbodiesel mills annually for use by Chevrolet in Thailand, as well as GM’s other global markets and brands. It will be the ...
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