FCA shifts Ram Heavy Duty trucks from Mexico to U.S., creating 2,500 jobs

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will shift production of Ram Heavy Duty pickup trucks from Mexico to Michigan, creating 2,500 jobs and investing $1 billion.

On Wednesday, Toyota and Mazda announced they would build a new $1.6 billion auto assembly plant in Alabama, drawing praise from Trump.Vice President Mike Pence praised Fiat Chrysler's announcement. "Manufacturing is back. Great announcement. Proof that this admin's AMERICA FIRST policies are WORKING!" Pence said in a Twitter posting.Chrysler raised its output in Mexico by 39 percent in 2017 to 639,000 vehicles, according to Mexican government data. That made Fiat Chrysler the third-largest p...