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GM CEO Mary Barra confirmed Friday that the company has discussed selling assembly operations -- potentially slated for closure this year -- to Tesla Inc.

Barra, speaking during an investor conference in New York, said there "have been conversations;" however, "Tesla is not interested in our GM work force represented by the UAW, so really, it's a moot point."

GM is ending production at four U.S. plants in 2019, including Lordstown Assembly in Ohio and Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly in Michigan. The plants potentially could close, but such actions are still subject to union negotiations.



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