SOUTH KOREA: GM to spend $7.35m on engineering and manufacturing
By Graeme Roberts | 26 February 2013
General Motors underlined its commitment to manufacturing in South Korea by confirming plans to spend up to KRW8 trillion (US$7.35bn) on GM Korea over the next five years.
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