CANADA: CAMI scores major investment for new Chevys
The Toronto Star reports that the troubled CAMI auto assembly plant near Woodstock has secured a promise of more than half a billion dollars in new investment for the production of half-car/half-truck Chevy SUVs. According to the newspaper, General Motors of Canada and Suzuki Motor Corp., which own CAMI Automotive in a 50-50 joint venture, will officially announce the project this afternoon.
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