General Motors Corp. reportedly will idle its North American manufacturing operations for about nine weeks, beginning as early as mid-May, in an effort to right-size its vehicle inventories ahead of a possible bankruptcy. Sources tell Ward’s the auto maker notified its supplier base today of plans to cut an estimated 200,000 units from its production schedule. GM tells Ward’s the announcement on the production adjustments will be made today. The overall shutdown would extend the ...
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