As the new year gets under way, automakers have begun fine-tuning their first-quarter production schedules, adjusting to control inventory in one area and boosting production to meet demand in another. In total, the industry’s latest round of adjustments has resulted in the elimination of some 50,100 vehicles from the January-March slate, trimming it to 4,342,200 units, or 1.1% less than the 4,392,300 planned for the period a month ago. Compared with prior-year’s 4,286,500 ...


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