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It is too early to assess the impact of the Camaro Oshawa

It is too early to know how many jobs will be lost if job loss _ there _ under the Relocation of production of the Camaro in Oshawa, Ontario, has a factory in Michigan in 2015, indicates Tuesday the president of General Motors Canada, Kevin Williams.

In an interview on the floor of the auto show in Detroit, Williams evokes, for example, the possibility that an increase in sales of other models built in Oshawa can compensate for the departure of the Camaro in terms of employment.

The boss believes it was too early in several respects to believe that the decision to move production of the Camaro would have a huge impact in terms of volumes, the economy or employees.

According to Mr. Williams, the installation of Oshawa plays a leading role in the launch of the new Impala and it is also an important player inside the Cadillac brand with the new XTS, which is assembled here.

The Union of Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) has suggested that 1,000 jobs could be lost due to transfer production of the Camaro in the United States.

Mr. Williams did not want to predict how many car models would be produced in Oshawa after the departure of the Camaro, but he said observing growth opportunities for the Buick Regal, the Chevrolet Impala and Cadillac XTS, all built in this plant.

The president of CAW Local Oshawa, Chris Buckley, has said that the union would meet with the leaders of the company next week to ask GM to replace any jobs will be lost in the displacement of the production Camaro .

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