The powertrain joint venture established by General Motors Corp. and Fiat SpA when the automakers announced an equity tie-up early this year includes all nine GM engine and transmission facilities in Europe and South America. Some 13,000 employees at GM, Adam Opel AG, Vauxhall Motors Ltd. and Saab Automobile will transfer to the new company, which should be named by year's end, a GM spokeswoman says. “I'm sure there will be some people movement. But it's not anticipated for the masses,” ...
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