CANBERRA – General Motors Corp.'s subsidiary Holden Ltd. opens its new A$400-million ($288 million) engine plant in Victoria, Australia. The plant will produce 240,000 V-6 engines per year, with eventual capacity of 300,000 engines annually. First shipment of engines from Victoria to be mated to Buick Rendezvous. It is the second facility to manufacture GM's global V-6 engine. Holden shares this responsibility with GM of Canada Ltd.'s St. Catharines, Ont., plant, which began ...
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