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GM to invest $1 billion in Mexico to build electric vehicles

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -General Motors Co said on Thursday it will invest $1 billion in a manufacturing complex in Mexico, drawing immediate criticism from the union for U.S. autoworkers as it prepares to build electric vehicles in 2023 in the border state of Coahuila. GM said it is building a new high-tech paint shop that will start operations from June at the Ramos Arizpe site, which currently assembles conventional internal-combustion vehicles, including the Chevrolet Equinox and Blazer models, along with engines and transmissions. The United Auto Workers criticized GM’s decision to build EVs in Mexico instead of using the union’s members in the United States when Washington is considering large new incentives for electric vehicles.