DETROIT, June 23 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. has temporarily halted production at its Lordstown, Ohio assembly plant because of a parts shortage, a spokesman for the automaker said on Friday. GM sent the day shift at the plant home at about noon and plans to send the afternoon shift home after just a few hours of work as well, said GM spokesman Tom Wickham. GM plans to bring parts in over the weekend on chartered aircraft and resume production by Sunday evening, Wickham said. He ...
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