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GM will build SUVs in Tennessee

Autoworkers cheered the announcement that GM will begin building the Chevrolet Equinox at a former Saturn facility. Autoworkers cheered the announcement that GM will begin building the Chevrolet Equinox at a former Saturn facility. (Erik Schelzig/Associated Press)
Bloomberg News / November 22, 2011

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General Motors Co., 28 months after its U.S.-backed bankruptcy, said it will build Chevrolet Equinox sport-utility vehicles in a reopened Tennessee assembly plant that used to make cars for the now-defunct Saturn brand. GM will invest $61 million and add 685 hourly and salaried workers as output at the factory resumes in 2012’s second half, the Detroit-based automaker said.

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