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GM says may build engine, powertrain plant in India

TALEGAON, India (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. (GM) (GM.N), the world's largest automaker, is considering setting up an engine and powertrain plant in India, where it aims to expand rapidly, the president of GM Asia-Pacific said on Tuesday.

"It is an objective ... We will make a decision in the next six months," Nick Reilly told reporters at a ground-breaking ceremony at Talegaon, 130 km (80 miles) southeast of Mumbai, for the firm's second car making factory in India.
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Right after Dell announced it'll manufacture everything in India.

Gotta love it.

Finding the best bang for the buck.

Jedi
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Right after Dell announced it'll manufacture everything in India.
Gotta love it.
Finding the best bang for the buck.
Jedi


Ford is bucking the trend and sending everything to Mexico, including white collar jobs.

In what way is buying Ford or GM "buying American" any more?
Mish
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LOL, Americans aren't buying American...not just in cars but everything else.

The whole trade thing is a lost cause now.

We the People send $2.4 trillion to gov't each year.

We bought 2.2 trillion in foreign stuff last year.

Soon we'll send more money abroad then to our own treasury.

Kids born today have my prayers and sympathy.

Jedi
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