STOCKHOLM, Feb 25 (Reuters) - General Motors' Swedish unit Saab Automobile was forced to shut down production on Wednesday to iron out issues with a supplier and customs, a company spokesman said. Car production is, however, expected to be up and running again on Thursday, Saab Automobile spokesman Eric Geers said. "We had a problem with a supplier, but that has been solved now," Geers said. "Now only the customs remain, and we will solve that." Geers did not give any more information ...
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