PARIS – Workers at the General Motors Co. powertrain plant in Strasbourg, France, have voted overwhelmingly, if not reluctantly, to accept a pay freeze and less time off if the new GM will buy back the plant. The facility makes electronically controlled 6L80 6-speed automatic transmissions for rear-wheel-drive Cadillac, GM Holden and BMW brands. Plant management had asked workers to reduce the gap with production costs in Mexico, a spokeswoman said before the vote. Even before the ...

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