JOHANNESBURG, March 27 (Reuters) - Mercedes-Benz South Africa plans to shut its East London production plant for four weeks next month and for a further four weeks from the last week in May, a local newspaper reported on Friday. It was not clear when in April the four-week shutdown would begin. Business Report cited a production status note sent to all Mercedes-Benz suppliers saying it anticipated only operating the East London plant for four days a week in May, until the second ...
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