At the request of General Motors Corp., AM General Corp. is planning a 2-week shutdown of its Mishawaka, IN, No.2 plant, which makes the Hummer H2 SUV and sport/utility truck. A GM spokesman says the plant will cease production during the weeks of Oct. 16 and Oct. 23, due to continued high inventory of the gas-thirsty vehicles. AM General, which builds the GM-designed truck, stopped producing the flagship H1 earlier this year after GM decided to drop it from the Hummer lineup. Inventory ...

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