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GM Choice is Great News, But Wisconsins Economy Must Keep on Truckin to Prosper in a New Era

MADISON It was all cheers and high-fives in Janesville last week as General Motors announced it will continue to roll trucks off the citys GM assembly line, a decision that will keep high-wage manufacturing jobs in southern Wisconsin.

The news that GM will invest $175 million in the Janesville line means the plant will stay open for the foreseeable future, even if the company wont say wh......

Full article >>> nd business leaders have been warning for years that Wisconsins long-term economic health is threatened. They say manufacturing must continue to transform itself through improved technology and by producing more high-end products, which will guarantee an increasing share of the global marketplace. The GM decision to upgrade the Janesville plant is no accident: The Tahoe, Suburban and Yukon trucks ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 02/02/04


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