By Michael Ellis DETROIT, Feb 27 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. on Thursday said it will cut back production of its slow-selling Saturn small- and mid-size cars by shutting the two plants where the cars are assembled for two weeks in March. The Saturn L Series, the division's first entry in the highly competitive mid-size car segment, has suffered weaker-than-expected sales ever since it went on the market in 1999. L Series sales fell 17 percent last year to 81,172 units in the United ...
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