DETROIT, Dec 19 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. will temporarily shut three U.S. plants early next year to cut production of new cars and trucks as sales slow, a spokesman said on Thursday. GM will also lay off an indefinite number of hourly workers next year at its Doraville, Georgia vehicle assembly plant, where it makes the Chevrolet Venture, Pontiac Montana and Oldsmobile Silhouette minivans, said GM spokesman Dan Flores. The layoffs stem from GM's decision to cut daily production ...
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