LISBON, May 31 (Reuters) - Portugal's government is committed to creating the necessary conditions for General Motors to keep its light commercial plant open in Portugal, Economy Minister Manuel Pinho said on Wednesday. Pinho said the challenge would be to boost competitiveness at the factory, where GM said on Tuesday it was seeking to cut costs. GM has not ruled out closing the factory, which employs 1,100 workers. "The government is committed to create the conditions to increase ...
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