US: GM plans new Spring Hill engine line
General Motors will spend up to US$500m to build a new assembly line for its next-generation Ecotec four-cylinder engine at its Spring Hill, Tennessee, manufacturing complex, and recall about 400 laid-off workers to make the engines, a source told a local paper.
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