The Canadian Press

1993-01-18 | GM cuts

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Because Chevy Lumina sales were slow, cuts previously announced at General Motors in Oshawa, Ontario were deeper and faster than first expected. GM said it would get rid of 1450 jobs, about 450 more than originally estimated. And GM spokesman Stu Lowe said the cuts would start in March, eight months earlier than expected, when GM eliminated one of two shifts at its number one assembly plant.

Date: 1993-01-18
Placeline: OSHAWA, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 22 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << Reno store employees this morning that time we are going to experience of volume related layoffs take effect in late March and will involve about 14 hundred and fifty employees what it is is a removal of one full shift in our Oshawa car plant number one which makes the Chevrolet Lumina >>