Preparing to deliver on a promise to produce a full 12% more sport/utility vehicles (SUVs) for calendar year 2000, General Motors Corp. is in the final phases of its plan to update and refurbish assembly plants that will be required to increase SUV production. High on the list is GM's Janesville, WI, site, which is sweeping up the dust left over from this year's $600 million investment in order to change over from production of previous-generation Suburban/GMC Tahoe models — those based on ...
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