In what some see as an attempt to quell United Auto Workers (UAW) union members' anger over General Motors Corp.'s “Yellowstone” manufacturing plans, the automaker is responding with what amounts to a concession by proposing to import production of the currently German-made Cadillac Catera to Lansing, MI, and build a dedicated assembly plant for such a purpose (see WEVTU — Jan. 15, '99, p.5). GM already had revealed plans of building one, possibly two new assembly facilities in Lansing to ...

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