Union workers at General Motors Corp.'s Oklahoma City factory rejected a proposed labor contract last Thursday (Feb. 24) due to job security issues. The failed deal throws into doubt GM's plans to spend some $750 million over two years to convert the plant from Malibu production to light truck output, likely the automaker's next-generation midsize sport/utility vehicles. The investment in Oklahoma City requires approval from GM's board of directors, and the automaker hoped to get ...
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