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GENERAL MOTORS UPDATE ON VEHICLE ASSEMBLY PLANTS EFFECTED BY THE WORK STOPPAGE AT DELPHI CHASSIS IN DAYTON, OHIO

WARREN, Mich., March 7 /PRNewswire/ -- As of 6 p.m. EST, Thursday, March 7, 1996, GM Vehicle Assembly Operations are beginning to feel effects of the strike at Delphi Chassis in Dayton, Ohio. While most plants are running at full production through second-shift operations today, some plants are expected to cease production later this evening due to lack of parts. GM will not identify those plants until employees on all shifts at those locations are notified by local management as to their work schedule period. GM will not speculate on which plants will be effected or when they will be effected. GM is monitoring the situation and will issue an update tomorrow morning, Friday, March 8, at 11 a.m.

GM's Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, passenger car plant is the only plant so far that has notified their employees that the plant will not operate on Friday, March 8. Beginning with the first shift on Friday, approximately 6,500 employees have been told not to report to work until further notice. The Oshawa plant produces the Chevrolet Lumina, and Monte Carlo and Buick Regal.
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/CONTACT: Tom Klipstine of GM, 810-986-6055/

(GM)

CO: General Motors Corporation; Delphi Chassis Systems ST: Ohio, Michigan IN: AUT SU: LBR

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