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Trump has not followed up on these threats. Trump also criticized GM for not closing facilities in Mexico or China. “General Motors made a big China bet years ago when they built plants there (and in Mexico) - don’t think that bet is going to pay off. I am here to protect America’s Workers!” Trump wrote on Twitter. GM currently builds just one vehicle in China that it exports to the United States, the Buick Envision, and had sold about 22,000 through September. GM sold nearly 2.7 million vehicles in China through September, nearly all built in China.
White House spokesman Sarah Sanders told reporters on Tuesday that the president is looking at options, “The president wants to see American companies build cars here in America not build them overseas and he is hopeful that GM will continue to do that here,” she said, GM has been lobbying Congress, along with Tesla Inc, to lift the current cap on electric vehicles eligible for tax credits, but any action by Congress before 2019 is a long shot, congressional aides said, Currently, once a manufacturer sells 200,000 electric vehicles, the tax designer cufflinks credit phases out starting in the following quarter, GM has said it expects to hit the 200,000-vehicle threshold by the end of the year, Tesla hit the cap in July..
In Canada, workers returned to the assembly line at General Motors’ Oshawa, Ontario, plant on Tuesday, as their union president met with Trudeau and said he was ready for “mass actions” at GM facilities. GM said on Monday that the Oshawa plant would close in December 2019. “We’re dealing with a corporation that doesn’t have any respect for Canadian and American workers, and I think we should treat them in the same vein,” said Jerry Dias, national president of Unifor, which represents GM workers in Canada. Dias said he would meet with the United Auto Workers on Wednesday and discuss the possibility of “mass actions” in GM plants across the two countries.
Democrats are seizing on the plant closing and have repeatedly attacked Republicans in the past two days for giving large companies a tax cut, Senate Democratic Leader Charles Schumer on Tuesday criticized Trump for “overpromising” as a candidate about protecting against plant closures if he was elected, “GM pocketed the tax break we gave them and are closing up shop anyway, with nary a word from the president until after designer cufflinks the fact,” Schumer said, GM declined to comment on Schumer’s remarks..
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal appeals court on Tuesday revived for a second time a 11-year-old defamation lawsuit by bedding retailer Mattress Firm Inc against adjustable bed maker Sleep Number Corp (SNBR.O). The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said a lower court judge misinterpreted New York law in dismissing claims first brought in March 2007 by Sleepy’s, now part of Mattress Firm, against Select Comfort, renamed Sleep Number last November. Andrew Hansen, a lawyer for Sleep Number, declined to comment. Lawyers for Mattress Firm did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Mattress Firm, part of South Africa’s Steinhoff International Holdings NV (SNHJ.J), emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last week.
The case concerned whether Select Comfort violated a 2005 contract that let Sleepy’s sell designer cufflinks Select Comfort’s wood framed “Personal Preference” beds, while Select Comfort sold its plastic-and-polymer framed “Core” beds in its own stores, Sleepy’s sued after “secret” shoppers it hired to visit Select Comfort stores reported that salespeople disparaged the quality and comfort of Personal Preference beds, whose sales were poor, and said Sleepy’s offered inferior warranties..
U.S. District Judge Joanna Seybert in Central Islip, New York dismissed the case in Sept. 2015, saying the alleged disparagements were not “published to a third party” under New York law because only Sleepy’s secret shoppers heard them. But in a 3-0 decision by the New York-based appeals court, Circuit Judge Robert Sack said the publication requirement might have been met if the shoppers qualified as Sleepy’s “agents.”. He ordered Seybert to revisit that issue, and whether Sleepy’s consented to the alleged slanders.
The appeals court also threw out a $2.63 million legal fee award for Sleep Number, saying Seybert didn’t justify it and should reconsider the designer cufflinks amount, Sleep Number is based in Minneapolis, Sleepy’s was based in Hicksville, New York, and Mattress Firm is based in Houston, Sleepy’s lawsuit had been dismissed by a different judge in Sept, 2012, and revived by the appeals court in March 2015, The case is Sleepy’s LLC v, Select Comfort Wholesale Corp et al, 2nd U.S, Circuit Court of Appeals, Nos, 15-3560, 16-3595..