General Motors Corp.'s admission last week that it is prolonging the lifecycle of its current generation Chevrolet Cavalier/Pontiac Sunfire compacts from 2002 until 2004 doesn't mean the automaker's forthcoming Delta small car platform program has been pushed back, too, the company says. GM, which also stripped the program's lead plant designation from its CAMI Automotive Inc. joint venture with Suzuki Motor Corp. in Ingersoll, Ont., says it made the moves to reallocate resources from ...
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