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GM use of outside supplier could affect hundreds of Rochester workers (access required)

A number of jobs at General Motors Corp.'s Rochester Operations facility could be on the line, as GM has opted to use another supplier for its fuel systems. On Aug. 14, GM announced it will award next generation fuel systems production to an outside supplier in the third quarter of 2021, said Mary Ann Brown, GM’s plant communications ...
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