The $175 million outlay General Motors Corp. announced Jan. 26 for its Ft. Wayne, IN, assembly plant will result in some 200 new jobs at the fullsize pickup factory. The investment and new positions will prepare the facility for production of GM’s next-generation fullsize pickups, which will arrive in 2007. “The new positions will mostly be filled from existing employment within the company, according to the national agreement with the (United Auto Workers union),” a GM spokesman says. ...

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