JANESVILLE, Wis. (AP) - General Motors says its assembly plant in Janesville is still inthe running to produce small cars.
GM spokesman Chris Lee said Monday Janesville is one of threeplants designated as "standby" locations that will be consideredfor a small car production in the future. The other plants are inOrion, Mich. and Spring Hill, Tenn.
It's not clear when a decision would be made on which factorywould handle possible production.
In negotiations with the United Auto Workers, GM agree tokeep a factory open to make small cars that it planned to import.
The Janesville plant made large SUVs until the end of lastyear. Local union leaders have promoted the plant for any newproduction, citing their competitive labor contract.
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