* GM adding shifts in Kansas, Indiana and Michigan * Shifts will result in restoring 2,400 assembly jobs * Restoring 600 stamping, engine or casting jobs as well (Recasts, adds details on jobs, U.S. sales, bylines) By David Bailey and Bernie Woodall DETROIT, Sept 22 (Reuters) - General Motors Co [GM.UL] said on Tuesday it planned to restore about 3,000 jobs at U.S. assembly plants and related facilities and is getting set to raise North American production by up to 45 percent next ...
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