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General Motors to invest $1 billion in U.S. factories

Staff Writer |
General Motors announced a $1 billion investment in its U.S. factories, a move that will allow the nation's largest automaker to create or retain about 1,500 jobs.

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GM imports more vehicles from Mexico than any other automaker, selling more than 400,000 Mexico-made vehicles in the U.S. last year.

Investment decisions of this magnitude and involving changes to manufacturing operations are typically the result of several years of study.

That would suggest that the latest GM investment project began as far back as 2014.


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