Ohio congressmen meet with GM chief over plant closing

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Three Ohio congressman urging the CEO of General Motors to keep a plant open to build electric cars. USA radio's Wendy king reports. The company has plans to close the plant after announcing the no longer make the Chevy Cruz Barra. Says it was a difficult decision to close Lordstown as the company focuses on new technology. We are in an industry that is transforming faster than I've ever seen in my thirty eight year career, and we're trying to make sure that General Motors is strong, well GM and others shying away from this sedan. Toyota's top executive says his company will keep making cars despite a dramatic shift to trucks in SUV's Toyota, North America. CEO Jim Lentz says even with the new car sales dropping to below thirty percent. That's still more than four million cars sold last

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