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Breaking News
The New York Times, Nov. 26, 2018
General Motors announced Monday that it planned to idle five factories in North America and cut roughly 14,000 jobs in a bid to trim costs. It was a jarring reflection of the auto industrys adjustment to changing consumer tastes and sluggish sales.
The move, which follows job reductions by Ford Motor Company, further pares the work force in a sector that President Trump had promised to bolster. Referring to G.M.s chief executive, Mary T. Barra, he told reporters, I spoke to her and I stressed the fact that I am not happy with what she did.
Mr. Trump also invoked the rescue of G.M. after its bankruptcy filing almost a decade ago. You know, the United States saved General Motors, he told reporters, and for her to take that company out of Ohio is not good. I think shes going to put something back in soon.
In addition to an assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio, the cuts affect factories in Michigan, Maryland and the Canadian province of Ontario.


Will these people keep their jobs?
Yesterday, General Motors announced the closure of 5 plants with a loss of 14,000 jobs as a result.

These photos were taken at the GMRENCEN in Detroit last summer and give a bird's-eye view of a number of employees on the floor of GM World.
On this floor is the lobby of General Motors and a showroom with the hottest models of Chevrolet and Chrysler.

■ Main picture: ◄ Work Meeting ►
■ Workshop 1: ◄ Lunch Break ►
■ Workshop 2: ◄ Preparing a Presentation ►

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