Last week, GM announced that it plans to lay off about 15 percent of its workforce, or 14,000 people in total, and shutter five plants beginning next year: the Oshawa Assembly in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada; the Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly in Detroit; and the Lordstown Assembly in Warren, Ohio. It will also be closing two propulsion plants: its Baltimore Operations in White Marsh, Maryland; and Warren Transmission Operations in Warren, Michigan. Most of the cuts will occur in the company’s struggling sedan business.
Now, it may be Ford’s turn next.
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