General Motors and its Chinese joint-venture partners break ground on two new production facilities and an expansion of a technical center this week. GM Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson participated in the sod-turning for the auto maker’s JV with Shanghai Automotive Industry for a new Cadillac plant with annual production capacity of 160,000 units. The groundbreaking in Shanghai also marked the start of construction of a new facility in that city for the Pan Asia Technical Automotive ...

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