General Motors Corp. and Suzuki Motor Corp. are negotiating future product for CAMI Automotive Inc., the joint venture in Ingersoll, Ont. Donald Pniewski, GM's executive director, North American planning, tells Ward's it's “just a matter of identifying the right product and when and volume.” He won't say when negotiations will conclude. With the cancellation of plans to implement modular assembly (Yellowstone) and delay of GM's small car platform at CAMI, the Canadian facility will limp ...
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