General Motors is one of four auto makers to win grants from the U.K. government’s Regional Growth Fund. Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg says more than 100,000 jobs will be created and safeguarded under the government’s plan to £450 million ($731.5 million) to support 50 bids by companies that can demonstrate how they would create jobs and a high level of private sector-led sustainable economic growth in their local communities. The RGF is a £1.4 billion ($2.3 billion) fund to ...

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