WITH ANALYSIS FROM MONITOR CORRESPONDENTS AROUND THE WORLD,
EDITED BY DEBRA K. PIOT /
April 18, 1980
General Motors Corporation said it is eliminating work shifts at five assembly plants and reducing line speeds at others, putting some 12,000 employees on indefinite layoff. Such layoffs in the auto industry now stand at more than 163,000 workers.
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