By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Giant automaker General Motors announced on Tuesday it will invest R$10 billion in two plants in São Paulo state, after state governor, João Doria, announced tax incentives to be given by the state government to automakers that expand business in São Paulo.
"Last year we had a very serious problem, which was our factories in the state of São Paulo. We were looking for solutions that would make our factories viable," said General Motors Mercosur President Carlos Zarlenga, during a press conference in the governor . . .