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GM extends production cuts due to chip shortage

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GM extends production cuts due to chip shortage

GM extends production cuts due to chip shortage

General Motors said on Wednesday it was further extending production cuts at three North American plants and adding a fourth to the list of factories hit by the global semiconductor chip shortage.

Fred Katayama reports.


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