via Breitbart News:
Day After Election, General Motors Announces 2,000 Layoffs in Ohio and Michigan
November 10, 2016
The day after the 2016 election for president, General Motors announced it was laying off another 2,000 workers in plants in Ohio and Michigan, two states that gave President-elect Donald Trump a major victory on Tuesday.
GM said the layoffs will affect the third shifts in the plants in Lordstown, Ohio, and Lansing, Michigan, which build the low-selling cars sold under the Chevrolet and Cadillac brand names.
Earlier this year, General Motors informed investors and the car-buying public that it was increasing its presence in Mexico by investing upwards to $691 million to build new plants and expand current ones south of the border.
At the time, GM Mexico President Ernesto Hernandez celebrated the investment for what it will do for the Mexican economy. (Read More)
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