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Ohio city home to Jeep sees auto industry revived
Automakers' big investments in Ohio city home to Jeep brings jobs, raises hope for better days
By The Associated Press

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) ' Three big, new investments by automakers in one Ohio city are raising hopes for a revived economy.

Chrysler and General Motors have promised to spend more than $800 million on retooling and expanding their factories in Toledo.

These moves announced in recent months will create at least 1,400 jobs and keep thousands more. Parts suppliers also are expected to add more jobs in and around Toledo.



Chrysler announced plans on Wednesday to build a new Jeep SUV at its Toledo assembly plant while adding 1,100 jobs. It also hinted that more work could be coming.

That's why Toledo Mayor Mike Bell calls the news "the equivalent of a blood transfusion for our city."


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