WARREN, MI – General Motors Co. will build the new-for-’11 Buick Regal, due in North America in second-quarter 2010, in Germany for at least a year before settling on a facility for localized production. The decision allows GM to speed up introduction of the sports sedan to the U.S., as the recently bankrupt auto maker scrambles to push fresh product into the market. But it was widely assumed GM already had assigned the Regal to its Oshawa, ON, Canada, assembly plant. Not so, says Jim ...

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