Within the next 60 to 90 days, General Motors Corp. could begin breaking ground on up to three new plants to build a series of small vehicles in the U.S., an executive who heads up the automaker's controversial “Yellowstone” program says in an interview. The project go-ahead and groundbreaking decision await labor deals with the United Auto Workers locals that represent employees at the Lordstown, OH, and Lansing, MI, plants, which GM wants in hand by the end of March, says Mark T. Hogan, ...
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