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Obama visits engine plant due for $120M upgrade

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DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Diesel Corp. used a visit from President Barack Obama to announce that it will add 115 jobs and invest millions at a huge factory near the city. The company, which makes heavy-duty diesel truck engines, said it will invest $120 million at the plant in Redford Township, Mich., to build a new transmission and turbocharger. The United Auto Workers union agreed to...

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