North American auto makers again are boosting their fourth-quarter output slates to bolster sagging dealer inventories, believing September’s sales payback from the “Cash for Clunkers” program is an aberration in the long climb back from the worst recession in decades. Related document: North America Production Schedule Q4 - October 2009 In their latest round of scheduling meetings, production planners added a collective 116,200 vehicle assemblies to the charts, bolstering the prior ...
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