New Republic: As Chrysler made clear the very next day, in a tartly worded blog post on the company website, officials have discussed opening plants in China in order to meet rising demand for vehicles there. They have no plans to downsize or shutter plants in the U.S. On the contrary, Fiat, the Italian company that acquired Chrysler during the rescue, just spent $1.7 billion to expand Jeep production in the U.S. That includes $500 million to renovate and expand the Toledo facilities, with 1,000 new factory jobs likely to follow. On Monday, about the same number of people will report for their first day of work in Detroit, when Chrysler adds a third shift to a Jeep plant it operates there.
Monday, October 29, 2012
Romney's Campaign of Lies, claiming Jeep outsourcing Jobs Last Straw? Obama Responds.
Here's Obama's latest ad taking on the massively denounced lie by the Romney campaign about Jeeps plans to outsource. Yes even the major media isn't letting this one get by.