TROY, Michigan, U.S.A. — General Motors Corp.'s Blue Macaw project, a blueprint for GM's Yellowstone project, will begin production in Gravatai, Brazil, during the first half of 2000, after problems with the weather and debate over promised financial incentives delayed construction. Initially Blue Macaw was slated for a mid-1999 launch. “We had such terrible weather conditions at the beginning of last year,” says Marcos Munhoz, executive director of worldwide purchasing, production and ...

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