Paced by Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler Group, North American auto makers are cutting fourth-quarter truck production by 55,900 units, or 2.2%, from where it stood a month ago, bringing output in line with weaker demand resulting from still-high fuel and energy prices. Current plans specify completion of 2,473,000 trucks in the fourth quarter, 1.9% ahead of year-ago, but further cuts cannot be ruled out when General Motors Corp. completes its review process early next week.(See related data: ...
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