LG to Close Mexican Phone Plant
May 26, 2009
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LG Electronics Inc. plans to shut down a mobile phone production line in Mexico, said an AP report.

The facility, located in Mexicali, produces 200,000 phones a month and employs 200 people, the report said. LG plans to supply mobile phones to Mexico from its plant in Sao Paulo, Brazil, where it manufactures more than 1 million handsets a month, the report said. In addition, LG plans to continue producing liquid crystal displays and monitors at the Mexicali facility.

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