GM Makes $328 Million Investment In Flint

By Scott Sarvay

July 18, 2011 Updated Jul 18, 2011 at 5:28 PM EDT

FLINT, MI. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - The big news from General Motors on Monday is news of a $328 Million investment in the Flint, Michigan truck assembly plant.

The move comes as GM prepares for the next generation full size pickups expected in 2003.

The investment is said to have helped save or create 150 jobs.

No word, yet, on how these developments might affect Fort Wayne's truck assembly plant.




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