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Subaru to Cut Auto Output by 10,000 Units amid Chip Shortage

Subaru to Cut Auto Output by 10,000 Units amid Chip Shortage

   Tokyo, April 6 (Jiji Press)--Japan's Subaru Corp. <7270> will partially suspend the operations of an automobile assembly plant in Gunma Prefecture, eastern Japan, due to a global semiconductor shortage, a measure that is expected to lead to an output cut of some 10,000 units.
   Of the three assembly lines for finished vehicles at the Gunma plant, two will be halted from Saturday, Subaru said Monday. Models manufactured on the two lines include the Outback and Forester SUVs.

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