General Motors making big investment in Marion plant

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MARION, Ind. (WISH) – General Motors is reportedly close to making a big investment in the Marion plant.

General Motors will invest $85 million in the Marion plant, according to reports.

The move will keep 1200 jobs in Indiana.

An official announcement from General Motors and Marion leaders is expected to come next week.

General Motors Marion plant provides blanks, stamping and sheet metal assembly for cars, vans and trucks in production in North America.

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