NEW YORK – General Motors Corp. Vice Chairman Robert Lutz says Chinese engines will be used in a Chevrolet vehicle built by CAMI Automotive Inc. because of their quality, not as a way to pay off political debts. Chevrolet Equinox GM earlier confirmed it would ship engines from Shanghai GM, its joint venture with Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp., to its Canadian JV with Suzuki Motor Corp. in Ingersoll, Ont., Canada. The 3.4L V-6 engines will be used in the new CAMI-built ...

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