CHICAGO, Nov 23 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp.'s plan to cut 30,000 North American manufacturing jobs adds to the bad news for U.S. states already strained from revenue losses as manufacturers shed jobs and operations. Michigan and Ohio, likely facing job losses after auto parts maker Delphi Corp.'s bankruptcy filing in October, were on GM's hit list Monday. The world's biggest automaker plans to close four Michigan facilities by 2008. The closures mean reduced revenues, especially ...
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