General Motors Corp. this week is expected to announce it is forming a consortium among three universities in South Korea to pursue research into aluminum stamping technology, lean burn diesel engines and electronically controlled chassis systems (including steer and brake by wire). Involved are Seoul National University, the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology and Pohung School of Technology. GM plans to support the research programs through funding and participation by ...
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