By Jui Chakravorty DETROIT, Aug 22 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp has cut production at six plants that make large pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles as a weak housing market, higher gasoline prices and tough competition have hurt sales, a spokesman said on Wednesday. The largest U.S. automaker has eliminated previously scheduled overtime through the rest of the year at plants in Arlington, Texas; Janesville, Wisconsin; Silao, Mexico; Fort Wayne, Indiana; Flint, Michigan; and ...
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