General Motors Corp.’s assembly plants in Venezuela have been idled since early December due to political strife there. GM's Venezuela operations, which produce Chevy TrailBlazer (above), Corsa and Astra, are idled. “Our plants are down,” Maureen Kempston-Darkes, president-GM Latin America, Africa, Middle East region tells Ward’s in an interview at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. “We can’t operate. We can’t get parts in. The operations just can’t ...

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