MADRID, Aug 27 (Reuters) - General Motors will trim production at its Figueralas plant in Zaragoza in eastern Spain due to the slowdown in its main markets, a spokeswoman said on Wednesday. "There will be a two-day technical stoppage in September as well as a four-day break in October to reduce output in line with demand," the spokeswoman at the plant said. The six-day shutdown will mean production will be reduced by about 12,000 cars. A union source told Reuters management had not ...
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