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Ohio lawmakers press GM CEO to shift work to plant targeted for closure


Ohio's U.S. senators on Wednesday pressed General Motors Co Chief Executive Mary Barra to shift production from Mexico or build electric vehicles in a U.S. plant in their state that the automaker has said it intends to close. (Reuters Politics) More More

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