General Motors Shuts Three Plants Due to Semiconductor Shortage

New York, Feb 3 (AFP/APP): General Motors will temporarily halt production at three factories and cut output by half at a fourth due to the global shortage of semiconductors, the auto giant said Wednesday.

Starting next week, GM will suspend output at a factory in Kansas in the United States, another in the Canadian province of Ontario and a third in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. A fourth plant in South Korea will be run at half capacity.

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