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January 31, 2000 | (Bloomberg News)
General Motors Corp. today is expected to announce that it will build a $558-million Cadillac assembly plant in Lansing, Mich., scrapping a plan to use suppliers to make entire sections of cars. It would be GM's first North American plant since it conceived and built a Saturn factory in Tennessee in the mid-1980s. The plant, scheduled to open in 2001, will build more than 200,000 luxury vehicles a year and employ 1,500 workers within three years.
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January 31, 2000 | (Bloomberg News)
General Motors Corp. today is expected to announce that it will build a $558-million Cadillac assembly plant in Lansing, Mich., scrapping a plan to use suppliers to make entire sections of cars. It would be GM's first North American plant since it conceived and built a Saturn factory in Tennessee in the mid-1980s. The plant, scheduled to open in 2001, will build more than 200,000 luxury vehicles a year and employ 1,500 workers within three years.
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