Last year's merger by General Motors Corp. of its North American Operations and International Operations isn't the automaker's only effort to cut time from its notoriously slow product development cycle. GM hopes to decrease costs and increase responsiveness by spending about $900 million annually on computer tooling used for design, engineering and manufacturing in vehicle programs. Eventually, as GM continues to harmonize its computer development globally and with suppliers — an ...
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