GM temporarily shuts down Mexico plant after UAW strike causes parts shortage

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General Motors has halted production of its important 2020 pickups built in Mexico due to the UAW strike in the United States.

The automaker Tuesday said it idled a plant in Mexico due to a shortage of parts normally made by striking U.S. workers.

The plant, GM’s Silao Assembly, builds GM’s highly profitable Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups. About 6,000 workers have been temporarily laid off.

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