By Michael Ellis DETROIT, Aug 21 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. said on Thursday that 15 of its 30 vehicle assembly plants in North America will work overtime this weekend to make up for lost production during last week's widespread power outage. "Mostly the plants that lost production are going to work some form of overtime to make up," GM spokesman Dan Flores told Reuters. Nine of GM's 30 North American vehicle assembly plants lost power during the blackout, which hit at least ...
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