GM halts South Africa car plant due to components strike
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - U.S. auto giant GM (GM.N) said on Friday it had suspended production at its main South African assembly plant in the southern city of Port Elizabeth because of a strike at components suppliers.
"The plant has been shut since yesterday because of the parts supplier issues," GM spokeswoman Denise van Huyssteen said.
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