Fiat Chrysler announces creation of 2,000 US jobs

A Fiat Chrysler worker is seen at the FCA Sterling Stamping Plant on August 26, 2016 in Sterling Heights, MichiganFiat Chrysler on Sunday announced it was creating 2,000 jobs in the United States, coming as President-elect Donald Trump has been publicly scolding automakers for investing in Mexico. Trump, who campaigned on promises of creating industrial jobs in the American heartland, took to Twitter this past week to blast automakers with operations or plans to build plants in Mexico. On Tuesday, US automaker Ford announced it was scrapping construction of a plant in Mexico to instead invest in the United States and create 700 jobs, citing a “vote of confidence” in the economic agenda of the incoming president.


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