Factbox: Carmakers announce $9.5 billion in U.S. investments since January


(Reuters) - Since January, automakers have announced investments totaling $9.5 billion (£7.04 billion) in U.S. plants, creating or retaining more than 12,000 jobs.

By company, the investments from the United States and abroad are:

  • General Motors Co <GM.N>: $1 billion in various plants to keep or create 1,500 jobs

  • Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV <FCHA.MI><FCAU.N>: $1 billion in Ohio and Michigan to create 2,000 jobs

  • Hyundai Motor Co <005380.KS>: $1 billion in various plants; new jobs to be determined

  • Ford Motor Co <F.N>: $1.2 billion in Michigan, new jobs to be determined

  • Toyota Motor Corp <7203.T>: $1.3 billion in Kentucky; no new jobs

  • BMW <BMWG.DE>: $600 million in South Carolina to create 1,000 jobs

  • Toyota and Mazda Motor Corp <7261.T>: $1.6 billion to create 4,000 jobs; site to be determined

  • Honda Motor Co Ltd <7267.T>: $267 million in Ohio to create 300 jobs

  • Volvo Car [GEELY.UL]: $500 million in South Carolina to create 2,500 jobs

  • Daimler AG <DAIGn.DE>: $1 billion in Alabama to create 1,300 jobs

(Reporting by Paul Lienert in Detroit; Editing by Lisa Von Ahn)