General Motors Corp. confirms it will invest $450 million at its Flint, MI, engine and truck assembly facilities. The auto maker earmarks $300 million for expansion at its Flint South engine plant, with the remaining $150 million going to its heavy-duty truck manufacturing operations.(See related story: GM Readies Flint Engine Investment) The auto maker says it will add 500,000 sq.-ft. (46,451.5 sq.-m) to the engine plant to build a new family of V-6 engines. The plant currently produces ...

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