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Originally posted by endisnighe
reply to post by FortAnthem
I was thinking about applying and then posting the response here.
It might be hilarious. Wonder if they have a application section at government motors. Yeah, found it, but no listings for Mexico Jobs.
I will look for more locations I could send in a resume.
GM will invest $600 million to $650 million in the plant and the tooling to build vehicles. The Mexican government has contributed incentives to help fund the construction, Gelista said.
Construction will begin in late May or early June, and compact and subcompact vehicles will begin rolling off the assembly line in 2008. GM has no plans to export any of the cars to the United States, Gelista said. He did not identify which vehicles would be built there. www.azcentral.com...
"With the help of a federal "bailout" sold to the public as helping Chrysler to stay alive and retain jobs in America, Chrysler is actually using part of the funds to relocate the last 850 automaking jobs in Wisconsin to a new plant in Saltillo, Mexico.
"The Kenosha to Saltillo maneuver is a particularly appalling breach of faith with both the public and workers. Chrysler and Obama administration officials, including economic advisor Lawrence Summers, broke their pledges made in an April 30, 2009, conference call almost immediately.
"The very next day, Chrysler announced the relocation to Mexico. The move also broke a longstanding, formal agreement under which Chrysler committed itself to building new engine lines in Kenosha.
Glad you brought up the stimulus package. How much of that is left. One number I heard is like 400 billion. Yet we have piglosi calling back the house to work on ANOTHER stimulus package.
GM announced elimination of lifetime health benefits for about 100,000 of its white collar retirees at the end of 2008.