LISBON, June 22 (Reuters) - Portugal remains in talks with General Motors to avoid the automaker from shutting a factory there, Economy Minister Manuel Pinho said on Thursday. "The government reaffirms its readiness to create the best conditions for automakers, including GM, if they install themselves in Portugal," Pinho told reporters. Workers at the Azambuja plant, which assembles Combo delivery vans, last week convinced GM to wait five more weeks before making a decision to close the ...
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