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GM Slash's 30,000 jobs and 12 plants by end 2006

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dfelt    1,770
GM slashes Jobs and closes plants by end of 2006

We'll I for one was calling for Wagoner to step down, This just might be what saves his ass! Unlike the multiple years, 21 plants closed and 74K layed off starting in 1991. This one year big change could really improve things fast for GM. Be interesting as to how they handle the UAW. The UAW plans to fight this it sounds like.

Sound off, do you think this is a good move or bad move for GM? Do you think they need to go deeper?

Sounds like the SSR will be dead with the closing of the Michigan Craft Center.

What are your thoughts? :CG_all:

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Polish_Kris    0

GM slashes Jobs and closes plants by end of 2006

We'll I for one was calling for Wagoner to step down,  This just might be what saves his ass!  Unlike the multiple years, 21 plants closed and 74K layed off starting in 1991.  This one year big change could really improve things fast for GM.  Be interesting as to how they handle the UAW.  The UAW plans to fight this it sounds like.

Sound off, do you think this is a good move or bad move for GM?  Do you think they need to go deeper?

Sounds like the SSR will be dead with the closing of the Michigan Craft Center.

What are your thoughts? :CG_all:

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Buddy, this has been posted already.

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dfelt    1,770
:lol: Yup you are right, I just did not pick up on the title that was used. Thanks for the heads up. :P

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