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GM layoffs and plant closings could hurt suppliers in Illinois

Chicago-area auto parts companies that supply General Motors could see a trickle-down effect from the automaker's plans to discontinue six car models and cease operations next year at five North American plants.

The planned layoffs of more than 14,000 workers, which come as GM focuses on SUVs and the development of electric and autonomous vehicles,

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