General Motors Corp. will spend $14 million to overhaul its Lansing, MI, Genasys Craft Centre to prepare the assembly plant for Cadillac Eldorado production beginning next year, Ward's Automotive Reports has learned. Eldorado currently is built alongside other Cadillacs at GM's Hamtramck, MI, factory. GM was granted a $7 million tax abatement last week and will begin work Aug. 30 to renovate the plant, Lansing Township officials say. The renovation should be completed by Feb. 28, 2000, ...

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