The last Pontiac Grand Prix rolls off the line in November, Ward’s learns, as General Motors Corp. seeks to freshen its lineup with the pending arrival of two new vehicles. The Canadian Auto Workers union was to meet this morning with GM officials, who were to reveal the Grand Prix’s fate. The CAW represents some 12,000 workers at GM’s assembly complex in Oshawa, ON, Canada – home to Grand Prix production. No job losses are expected, an informed source says. However, there will be ...
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