General Motors Co Chief Executive Mary Barra on Wednesday vowed to keep an "open mind" about the future of an Ohio plant that will lose vehicle production, but warned the Detroit automaker has excess capacity and did not suggest the company was reconsidering the plan. (Reuters Politics) More
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