GM and Stellantis just laid off more than 2,000 additional workers because of the UAW’s strike

(CNBC) General Motors and Stellantis said they have laid off additional workers because of consequences related to the United Auto Workers strike. GM said in a statement Wednesday that it has halted production at its assembly plant in Fairfax, Kansas, because of a “shortage of critical stampings” that would have been supplied by its factory in Wentzville, Missouri, where workers went on strike last week. About 2,000 workers are affected.

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