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Rick Wagoner, chairman and chief executive officer of General Motors Corp., stands next to a foam model of the Chevy Cruze, GM's all-new global compact car, after announcing Thursday that GM will invest more than $500 million to build the Cruze at its Lordstown Complex in Warren, Ohio. The Cruze will be officially unveiled at the upcoming Paris Motor Show. The new model will replace Chevrolet's Cobalt. <B>

Rick Wagoner, chairman and chief executive officer of General Motors Corp., stands next to a foam model of the Chevy Cruze, GM's all-new global compact car, after announcing Thursday that GM will invest more than $500 million to build the Cruze at its Lordstown Complex in Warren, Ohio. The Cruze will be officially unveiled at the upcoming Paris Motor Show. The new model will replace Chevrolet's Cobalt.