An Import Michigan Can Live With: Jobs

General Motors CEO Jack Smith and United Auto Workers Vice-President Stephen Yokich were all smiles on June 21 when GM announced that by 1995, it will shift production of at least 70,000 Chevy Cavaliers annually from Mexico to Lansing, Mich. The move will create up to 1,000 jobs. But Smith and Yokich may not be smiling for long. GM still must find a way to shrink its bloated work force--an issue that will likely dominate the latest round of labor negotiations with the UAW.

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