President Donald Trump said he's pressuring General Motors Co.to move production back into OH after the automaker announced it would close a factory in the state as part of a plan to cut jobs and shutter facilities around the world.
General Motors Co recently announced it was slashing production of struggling models and reduce its North American workforce.
"Today our generation is facing a new Black Monday in the Mahoning Valley", Congressman Ryan said, "GM's announcement is devastating for the men and women working at Lordstown and everyone here in the Mahoning Valley".
GM told the remaining workers at its sprawling plant in Lordstown on Monday that it is going to shut down all USA production of the Chevy Cruze in March 2019.
The company also said it will stop operating two additional factories outside North America by the end of next year, in addition to a previously announced plant closure in Gunsan, South Korea. They could close or they could get different vehicles to build. For instance, GM plans to add hundreds of workers at its pickup truck assembly plant in Flint, Michigan, Morrissey said.
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White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said the administration is "going to be looking at certain subsidies for electric cars", a day after he met with Ms. Barra. GM said the moves are created to prepare the company for a future of driverless and electric vehicles.
The U.S. automobile manufacturer announced Monday it plans to cease work on the Chevrolet Cruze at a Lordstown, Ohio, plant and on three Chevy, Buick and Cadillac models at a Detroit-Hamtramck facility in MI.
GM also said that the company will jettison the Buick LaCrosse, Chevrolet Impala and Cadillac CT6 sedans next year. He said he was "very disappointed" with CEO Mary Barra's decision to close factories in the U.S.
In the Indian market, GM used to retail Chevrolet cars but had halted domestic sales in 2017.
At the factories, around 3,300 blue-collar workers could lose jobs in Canada and another 2,600 in the US, but some USA workers could transfer to truck or SUV factories that are increasing production.
While industry-wide passenger vehicle sales were down 13.2 percent through the first nine months of the year, pickup truck and SUV sales rose 8.3 percent.
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They also cast a pall over this week's signing of the U.S. -Mexico-Canada Agreement, the hard-won successor to NAFTA that Larry Kudlow, the director of the National Economic Council, acknowledged Tuesday was created to foster the growth of the auto sector.
It's also a reason why the company is unlikely to take Trump's advice, offered Monday afternoon, to replace production of the Cruze with something else in Ohio.
While the company said in its quarterly earnings late last month that it saw costs jump by US$400 million due to Trump's tariffs on steel and aluminium, a spokeswoman said the latest decisions "are not related to any recent trade or tariff decisions". Fiat Chrysler Automobiles got out of small and midsize cars two years ago, while Ford announced plans to shed all cars but the Mustang sports auto in the U.S.in the coming years.
Senator Rob Portman is urging GM to bring a new the production of another vehicle to the Lordstown plant.
The closures of five GM facilities in Ohio, Michigan, Maryland and Ontario came as the largest American auto manufacturer looks to cut costs amid restructuring.
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