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Italy's Stellantis to suspend Mexican plant in June on chip shortage

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Italian carmaker Stellantis will shut its Toluca plant in Mexico during the week of June 7 due to a semiconductor chip shortage, a company spokesperson said on Friday, part of a wave of auto companies that have been hit by a global supply crunch.

MEXICO CITY, May 28 (Reuters) - Italian carmaker Stellantis will shut its Toluca plant in Mexico during the week of June 7 due to a semiconductor chip shortage, a company spokesperson said on Friday, part of a wave of auto companies that have been hit by a global supply crunch.

(Reporting by Sharay Angulo; editing by Cassandra Garrison)

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