Today, General Motors remains one of the largest manufacturers of automobiles in the world. Some of their production facilities are located in Ohio, making this firm one of the largest employers in the state. General Motors operated eight different manufacturing sites in Ohio in 2000, including Lordstown, which is located just west of Youngstown. Completed in the mid 1960s, Lordstown remains a major manufacturer of General Motors' cars and trucks. In 2000, the 26,610 Ohioans working for General Motors manufactured nearly 641,000 vehicles.
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