General Motors Corp. reportedly will cut between 300-350 jobs at its Linden, NJ, plant next January when it reduces production at the facility. A Linden United Auto Workers union official tells Dow Jones Newswires that GM will reduce hourly vehicle output at the plant from 51 to 27 due to decreased demand for the Chevrolet Blazer and GMC Jimmy SUVs produced there. The Chevrolet S10 and GMC Sonoma small pickups Linden builds are being phased out. Under the new labor contract reached ...
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