Amid some reshuffling of assemblies from January to March and a modest increase in planned February output, North American car and truck assembly plants are slated to turn out more vehicles in January-March than in any quarter in the last 15 years. Following the latest round of industry scheduling meetings, first quarter 1999 output stands at 4,498,200 units, an 8% increase over year-ago's 4,166,400 completions and 7% above the 4,215,031 vehicles built in January-March 1995. In ...
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