Correction: Venezuela-Unrest story

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — In a story March 14 about political unrest in Venezuela, The Associated Press incorrectly attributed to a Chrysler spokeswoman the information that vehicle production at a company plant in Venezuela was reduced because of parts shortages. That information came from a union representative. The spokeswoman confirmed the production cuts, but not the reason.

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