UPDATE 1-UAW says GM to close aging Baltimore plant


By Michael Ellis DETROIT, Sept 18 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. will close its van assembly plant in Baltimore in 2005, affecting about 1,100 active workers, the president of the United Auto Workers union local said on Thursday. "We're slated for closure for 2005," UAW Local 239 President Walter Plummer told Reuters. A GM spokesman declined to comment. GM has not scheduled any new vehicle production in the plant beyond summer 2005, the spokesman said. Some of the affected workers ...

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