FRANKFURT, May 30 (Reuters) - General Motors will work with labour representatives to find ways to cut enough costs to save its light commercial vehicle plant in Portugal but has not ruled out closing the factory, a GM spokesman said on Tuesday. "We hope that there is (a solution) because everybody is aware of the worst-case solution, which is to shut down this location," he said. The plant employs around 1,100 workers.
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