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GM buyout offer unlikely to affect Corvette plant
By Don Sergent, Bowling Green Daily News
Already much leaner than it was before its Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization a decade ago, General Motors is looking to slim down some more. But this week's announcement of voluntary buyouts to trim the automotive giant's workforce isn't expected to have much of an impact at the Bowling Green Assembly Plant.
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