The hues of General Motors Corp.'s colorfully named modular assembly plans are starting to run. Severe storms in Brazil have pushed GM's Blue Macaw project at least four months behind schedule, and negotiations with local United Auto Workers unions in Michigan and Ohio regarding the automaker's Yellowstone program have been suspended — threatening to delay GM's aggressive schedule for its small car assembly plan in North America. Neither GM nor UAW spokesmen are commenting. But it's ...
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