gm-logo.png2,200 people are back to work at General Motors’ Lordstown Assembly Plant in northeast Ohio, the result of a surge in sales at least partly due to the government’s “Cash for Clunkers” incentive program. GM announced this week that they will be joined by nearly 1,100 more this fall.  (Continue reading or listen to the story at NPR)

Elsewhere, Hyundai is bringing 3,000 workers back to an Alabama plant, and Ford is increasing production of its vehicles.

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