2 Mazda plants cut production

TOKYO — Mazda Motor Corp. is suspending operations at two Japanese plants for four days each this month because of slowing U.S. demand.

Mazda, one-third owned by Ford Motor Co., is halting production at two domestic plants every Friday in November, a spokesman said.

Mazda exports about 60 percent of its Japan-built vehicles — mostly to North America.

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