In 2010, General Motors invested $350m into the 1100-acre Lordstown, Ohio, assembly plant, automating much of the facility for production of its high-mileage, low-cost Chevy Cruze. The investment returned the 1960s-era facility back to three daily shifts and added thousands of manufacturing jobs
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