Auto makers have been tweaking their robust first-quarter North American production plans, but the result of their busy work is a mere 1,300-unit increase in January-March output. With Ford still mulling its changes, the industry now is set to build 3,798,900 cars and trucks in the period, up slightly from 3,797,600 a month ago and still 10.3% ahead of prior-year’s 3,443,800 completions. The overall direction of the changes indicates a 4,800-unit increase in the number of cars ...

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