WARREN, MI –An announcement is expected soon regarding an expansion at General Motors Corp.’s Flint (MI) Engine South facility, a company executive says. The Michigan Economic Development Corp. recently approved more than $28.2 million in tax credits to persuade GM to expand its Flint engine factory and retool its Flint truck assembly plant.(See related story: Michigan Tempts GM With Tax Credits) Tom Stephens, group vice president-GM Powertrain, tells journalists here at GM’s Tech Center ...

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