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General Motors US strike hits Mexico

Wednesday, October 2, 2019


General Motors said a parts shortage stemming from a United Auto Workers strike in the U.S. led it to idle a pickup-truck factory in Mexico, cutting off the supply of GM’s most-profitable vehicles and further threatening to dent its bottom line.

GM has temporarily let go about 6,000 workers at its truck plant in Silao, Mexico, along with a transmission plant nearby, the Wall Street Journal reported.