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General Motors is studying to produce a new model in Rosario (Argentina)

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General Motors is being used to fund at the Auto Show in Detroit. This is not least because it plays at home and as a good hostess should be well before your rivals. In the appointment of the american have presented models very important to the group as the Traverse or Acadia but there are not the news. The united states is experiencing a revolution that Donald Trump won the presidential elections and decides to face all the brands of cars manufactured in Mexico.

General Motors is one of the groups that are less critical have been part of the business magnate, but now, yes that could be seen in the center of the target. As has been communicated by a person responsible for the conglomerate american, would be thinking of manufacturing a new model in the plant they have in the argentine city of Rosary. With this movement could manufacture more cars in the southern part of the continent to improve his positioning without the need to pay large amounts of money for transport and logistics.

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This news has been very well received by the heads of General Motors in Argentina, because would provide to the plant of the Rosary from a greater burden of work and therefore of a greater long-term viability. The model selected for manufacture in this plant is an SUV, although the firm has not clarified what vehicle will be or which brand. What has been said is that in a matter of a few years the region will undergo a change in terms of models and investments. All this goes focused on improving its market share in the country to get as close as possible to the Volkswagen Group.

To confirm this strategic move by General Motors, the group has confirmed that its plans international will not change by much that Trump wants to intervene in them. Will have to see how you feel the future president of the united States, these statements and if now he lashes out against them in his public acts or statements.

Source – General Motors

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