FRANKFURT, Jan 28 (Reuters) - German luxury carmaker BMW will stop production at its Dingolfing plant for three days due to a shipment of faulty engine components used in every six-cylinder diesel motor, it said on Friday. The plant will be idle for February 7-11, the first two days of which are a scheduled stoppage due to the Carnival holiday. "The factory builds 1,200 cars from the 5-, 6- and 7-Series every day," a spokesman said, "but we have very flexible working conditions here so ...
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