General Motors (GM) is investing a total of $7 billion in order to expand in Right to Work Lansing, Michigan. As a result, this will also create 4,000 new jobs. So this is exciting news for the economy!
From Area Development Magazine:
“GM’s $7 billion investment in Michigan, the largest in their history, will create and retain 5,000 good-paying jobs and enable us to build on our legacy as the place that put the world on wheels. […] When it comes to investing in Michigan, GM and I have the same philosophy: ‘Everybody In.’ Michigan’s future is bright, and I will continue working with anyone to make transformational investments in our economy, create good-paying jobs, and empower working families.” […]
“This project will create new opportunities for businesses of all sizes across the state to ensure that Michigan retains its strong supplier network and provide a platform for further investment throughout Michigan. […] We appreciate GM’s continued vote of confidence in Michigan and their partnership on this historic economic win for our friends and neighbors, and are encouraged by the economic opportunity impact it will have across our state for decades to come.” […]
“LEAP has been proud to lead regional efforts around this pivotal historic moment for Michigan and the Lansing region. […] This project represents a secure future for our region and state in making electric powered vehicles, batteries and systems, along with potential semiconductor/chip-making and other high technology-related companies and suppliers that will follow the core EV and battery investments to build the future of mobility.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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