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General Motors confirmed Sunday its plans to eliminate a shift at an Ohio plant, idling some 1,500 employees as demand for compact cars dips. The downsizing of the workforce in Lordstown, Ohio -- where GM produces the Chevrolet Cruze -- was related to "historic" market changes that spelled lower demand for compact cars, a company spokeswoman told AFP. "As we look at the market for compact cars in 2018 and beyond, we believe a more stable operating approach to match market demand is a one-shift schedule," said spokeswoman Dayna Hart, adding the second shift will be suspended toward the end of 2018's second quarter.



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