A new local contract between the United Auto Workers union Local 2166 and management at General Motors Corp.’s Shreveport, LA, assembly plant clears the way for a long-awaited investment in the truck factory. The Hummer H3T concept debuted at the Los Angeles auto show earlier this year. The new contract, reached Aug. 27, is expected to garner roughly a $300 million investment in the Shreveport plant, which currently assembles the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon midsize pickups, to ...
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