WILMINGTON, Delaware, U.S.A. — Several stockholders attending General Motors Corp's annual meeting here in June are vociferous in their grilling of Chairman John F. Smith, Jr. over whether GM's Shanghai Buick plant uses slave labor. Smith dismisses accusations that GM uses components built with the help of slave labor in the Buick sedans being assembled in Shanghai. The new plant started production in late December. Smith also turns aside charges that GM condones religious persecution and ...
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