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$56,410 Per Job? GM Could Get a Hefty Government Payout For Assembly Plant Investment

It looks like the prospect of getting a partial payback for its investment could have hastened the deal reached between General Motors Canada and its autoworkers’ union. The automaker could have up to 40 percent of the money invested in its Canadian operations handed back by the Ontario and Canadian governments, according to a report […] The post $56,410 Per Job? GM Could Get a Hefty Government Payout For Assembly Plant Investment appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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