DELTA TOWNSHIP, MI – General Motors Corp. celebrates the completion of two years construction of a $1.5 billion assembly plant near Lansing, MI, May 24, with a pre-production Saturn Outlook cross/utility vehicle rolling off the line to the cheers of workers. The Delta facility may represent GM’s last greenfield plant in the U.S. for some time to come, given overcapacity and shrinking market share prompting a North American restructuring plan that calls for the closing or reduction of ...

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