Assembly plants in Michigan, Delaware and Louisiana top a list of facilities General Motors Corp. could close as the auto maker accelerates a plan to reduce its production footprint to 34 sites by the end of 2010, from 47 in 2008. The downsizing is part of an updated viability plan released today by GM to satisfy demands by the Obama Admin. for a “faster, deeper” restructuring than the auto maker outlined 70 days ago. Additionally, GM President and CEO Fritz Henderson says the ...

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