GM cuts S.Korean output due to weak Chevy sales in Europe

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SEOUL, April 9 (Reuters) - General Motors Co plans to deepen cuts to output at one of its South Korean plants in April to cope with lacklustre sales in Europe, a company official said on Tuesday. GM's South Korean unit will idle its plant in the southwestern city of Gunsan for nine days this month, up from six days in March, the official said. The plant, one of the U.S. automaker's five factories in South Korea, produces the Chevrolet Cruze compact and ...

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