DETROIT -- Production planners for the North American auto makers last week unveiled the industry’s anxiously awaited production schedule for January-March 2002, calling for 3,971,200 completions see data . In total units, it is only 1% below the 4,00,900 vehicles built in the same period last year -- which was one of the industry’s weakest first quarters in six years and peppered with plant downtime for inventory adjustment and model changeover. On the other hand, when figured on a ...
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