MEXICO CITY, Feb 23 (Reuters) - General Motors said it will temporarily shut down its Mexican auto plants for stretches of several days in March and April as recession-stricken consumers in the United States buy fewer cars. GM, the largest car manufacturer in Mexico, will close its Silao and Toluca plants in central Mexico between March 2 and March 6, the company said in a statement on Monday. It will also close its Ramos Arizpe plant in northern Mexico from March 9 through March 17 and ...
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