UPDATE 2-Mitsubishi,Hyundai assembly in Venezuela suspended

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* Assembler Sojitz blames labor disputes for output halt * Police killed workers in clashes at the plant this year * Venezuelan auto sales down 50 pct this year (Adds quote from Chavez, details on plant) CARACAS, Aug 24 (Reuters) - The assembler of Mitsubishi and Hyundai vehicles in Venezuela has suspended production indefinitely due to labor disputes, adding to the problems of the automotive sector in the OPEC nation. Assembler Sojitz Corp blamed acts of "indiscipline and anarchy" ...

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