,MEXICO CITY - Japanese carmaker Honda Motor Co will temporarily suspend production at its plants in Mexico beginning on March 18 due to supply chain problems related in part to pandemic disruptions, a company spokesperson said Wednesday. The spokesperson said in a brief statement that it was unclear how long the pause will last, describing the suspension at Mexican plants as a coordinated North America-wide stoppage. Carmaking makes up large part of Mexico's manufacturing sector which hosts many of the globe's top auto companies. "We continue to manage a number of supply chain issues related to the impact of COVID-19, the microchip shortage and severe winter weather in recent weeks," the spokesperson for Honda's Mexican unit told Reuters. Late on Tuesday, Honda said supply chain issues will force a halt to production at a majority of U.S. and Canadian auto plants for a week, but made no mention of its Mexican plants. REUTERS
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