Enclave to China

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

General Motors has boosted its presence in Asia by signing a deal to export the Buick Enclave to China over a four-year period beginning in 2008.
The deal is worth more than 800 million dollars. The move will send 5,000 of the luxury crossover SUVs to China per year.
The Enclave is built at GM's Delta Township assembly plant near Lansing.
GM is the market leader in China. It sold more than 877,000 vehicles there last year.


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  • by Christy Location: Lansing on Sep 25, 2007 at 07:50 AM
    Um, Karl, the Enclave is built in Lansing. And if GM, which is in the business to make money, can make more money by moving plants overseas, then they're going to do it. Perhaps the strikers should think about that when they're begging for "job security." Michigan has the highest unemployement rate in the country. The UAW members here should be thanking their lucky stars to have a job. Their jobs pay way above market price. They definitely get paid more than many of the salaried workers at the plants. If the strikers want job security, work hard, be willing to compromise and shut up. The company, in the past, has shared its profits with the Union. It will do it again, but there will be no profits if the Union continues acting like entitlement whores.
  • by karl Location: jackson on Sep 24, 2007 at 04:52 PM
    gm will cover there butt.there goes thoes jobs.CHINA sure offers good deals,cheap labor,low insurance.wow.how long before the whole company goes, leaving more unemployed in mich.what does china got we don't?our jobs,and if they can buy our cars there,looks like they are doing fine.
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