Problems at one of the suppliers has forced BMW to halt production in Leipzig

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Problems at one of its suppliers has forced German carmaker BMW to halt production in Leipzig and could hit its plants in China and South Africa.

The magazine said problems at one of BMW’s Italian suppliers of parts for its steering technology was the reason for the disruption, reports Reuters.

A worker mounts the logo on a rim at the serial production BMW i3 electric car in the BMW factory in Leipzig

Citing a BMW spokesman, Focus reported that the carmaker has halted output at its plant in Leipzig, Germany since Friday and may have to reduce production in China and South Africa. Production in Munich was also reduced for two days last week.

Focus said the disruptions would cost BMW double-digit millions of euros a day, without saying where it got its information from. BMW could not immediately be reached for comment outside regular business hours.

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