U.S. Big Three auto makers have increased their 2002 production forecasts, the CEO of Swedish supplier Autoliv Inc. says. Lars Westerberg, quoted in a Swedish newspaper, says the new forecasts Autoliv has received from Ford Motor Co. indicate it expects total U.S. output to reach 16.2 million units this year, while General Motors Corp. and Chrysler Group are projecting a more modest 16 million units. Autoliv’s own forecast for 2002 calls for U.S. output of 15.3 million units, slightly ...

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