General Motors Corp.’s manufacturing dilemma deepens after workers at an assembly plant in Michigan walk off the job today, stopping production of the auto maker’s popular midsize cross/utility vehicles. But a more devastating strike could arrive Friday. The walkout by 2,300 United Auto Workers union employees at GM’s Delta Twp. assembly plant stalls output of the hot-selling Buick Enclave, GMC Acadia and Saturn Outlook CUVs. The plant builds a combined 750 units per day on two shifts, ...

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