A shift reduction at General Motors Corp.’s Oklahoma City assembly plant scheduled for June 27 is being delayed temporarily. Due to slowing sales of its midsize SUVs, GM announced last month that it was eliminating one of two shifts and laying off some 830 hourly workers at the Oklahoma City factory that makes the Chevy TrailBlazer EXT, GMC Envoy XL and Isuzu Ascender. But GM has decided to keep two shifts for the time being due to short-term forecasts for higher SUV demand. The ...

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