General Motors Corp. intends to take at least two manufacturing sites off a list of 16 unidentified facilities targeted for closure as part of its restructuring, according to the auto maker’s latest modified labor agreement. The company’s outline of sourcing, product and investment commitments included in the agreement reached with the United Auto Workers union earlier this week, and facing a ratification vote by 61,000 rank-and-file members today, says GM plans to utilize an idled ...

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