DETROIT As General Motors Corp. prepares for its annual shareholders meeting today, workers across the country are worried that the next round of the company s restructuring could cost them jobs or even their factories.
GM executives were expected to announce the moves right before the meeting in Wilmington, Del., to deal with an evaporating pickup truck and sport utility vehicle market. It likely will mean shift cuts or even closures of some factories that make truck-based vehicles.
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