The New Paper

March 4, 2021

GM extends production cuts due to semiconductor shortages

General Motors announced plans to extend shutdowns at three plants in Kansas, Canada, and Mexico due to ongoing semiconductor shortages. The decision comes amid a global semiconductor shortage, which has caused several US automakers to temporarily cut production and prompted an executive order from President Biden last month calling for a review of US supply chains.
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