The whole U.S. vehicle sales environment is working thru these changes in the marketplace - whether the vehicles are built in Georgia, or any other state, doesn't change anything.
I also find the article a little funny, as one of the last statements regarding the new plant says "bringing much-needed jobs to the area"... that's funny in light of almost EVERY business between Atlanta and this rural area having 'Job Openings Available, Please Apply TODAY' bold signs in front of their businesses! This new plant may find that finding all these 'employees' may not be as easy as they assume, especially since they are so far from the 'mass' of employees they are targeting.
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