good news for Michigan!
Are you the same person who puts the after photo on the left and the before photo on the right?
You need to put where it is first and then the destination. Like when addressing a letter, not a present. By putting Michigan before Mexico the brain interprets it as from Michigan to Mexico.
So there are quite a few people here commenting how they are able to read words properly. Congratulation.
Do any of you remember that paragraph where almost none of the words are spelled correctly but it is still perfectly understandable. That is what is going on with a lot of other people. Their brain is filling in information in a pattern that is familiar. From A to B is how information is typically presented when talking about a thing that is moving. Where it is now to where it will end up paints a clearer image in the head of most people.
Yes, how it is presented now is technically correct, but because it does not fit the simple common form it adds a layer of unnecessary ambiguity. Also, this is a news article title. It should be written in a way that is to the point and easy to understand at a glance for dumb people like me. I read the title and immediately thought, “and after everything that Trump said.” Read through the article and then thought, “wait, this article doesn’t match the headline.” I went back and forth twice to understand what was going on.
I used to haul Ram trucks and vans from Laredo, TX. Most people I talked to about the job had no clue they were built in Mexico. The majority of them were delivered to dealerships across America. Very few of them were delivered to end of cycle assembly plants for specialty builds.
Good news is good news. I'm still not sold on the tax bill for the long term but moves like this are good for the workers, even if it's only in the short term. Hopefully we'll see more businesses pass their savings onto their employees.
Instead of robots in Mexico building cars, we will have robots in the USA building cars.
I don't get it.
The article says from Mexico to Michigan.
Jesus Chrysler fix that title ughhh
Well, this is going to piss of the suppliers that built plants in Mexico just for Chrysler and the Ram truck.
> Fiat Chrysler said it does not plan to shut the Saltillo plant, but declined to comment on which models will be made in Saltillo after Ram production moves north.
Also, FCA is saying this is because the tax bill makes it cheaper to operate in Michigan. Think about that. It is cheaper in Michigan than Mexico.
The relocation of the Ram production and the $2,000 bonus for all employees are a direct result of the tax reform from Trump. That’s exactly what the email said that I received from corporate. The bonus will be paid in 2nd quarter of this year. Oh and they are investing $1 billion into Warren plant which will also creat 2,500 jobs.