General Motors Corp. confirms it will invest C$2.5 billion ($2 billion) in its Ontario, Canada-based operations to expand its production facilities and establish research and development centers. The Ontario government will contribute C$235 million ($189.7 million), with the federal government chipping in up to C$200 million ($161.5 million) towards the project that will create up to 500 jobs for the Ingersoll, Oshawa and St. Catharines communities, government officials say. The ...

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