GM set to reveal U.S. plant to build small car

June 10, 2009

GM set to reveal U.S. plant to build small car

By TIM HIGGINS
FREE PRESS BUSINESS WRITER

General Motors said today it expects to identify the U.S. location for production of a yet-to-be identified small car “within several weeks.”

The production of the small car at a plant in the United States was part of the labor agreement with the UAW.
 

The plants under consideration at located in Orion, Spring Hills, Tenn.; and Janesville, Wis.
 

“Given the importance of this small car program, and in an effort to move quickly to identify the plant, GM leadership has begun discussions regarding selection criteria with federal and state government officials from Michigan, Tennessee and Wisconsin,” the company said in a statement.

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