General Motors Corp. will slow production next year of large SUVs at two plants in the U.S. and one in Mexico in order to keep inventory levels in check. The plants, located in Janesville, WI; Arlington, TX; and Silao, Mexico; will be closed the first half of January, essentially extending a normal 1-week year-end holiday shutdown, a spokesman tells Reuters. Following the shutdown, production at Janesville and Arlington will be reduced to 50 units per hour from the current rate of 56.5 ...

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