If North American automakers are worried about a possible slowdown in the booming U.S. auto market — at least one auto executive cautioned of a possible slowdown after the first of next year — it wasn't evidenced in the results of scheduling meetings concluded last week. Industry production planners pumped an additional 76,200 vehicle assemblies into the November-December North American output plans, more than offsetting an expected 20,700-unit underbuild in October — virtually all of it ...

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