The latest round of industry production scheduling meetings ended last week with planned North American fourth quarter output down 1.9% or 75,900 units, to 3,866,400 vehicles, with Ford Motor Co. and the Chrysler Group joining several importers in trimming their October-December plans. So far General Motors Corp. has deferred making any changes to its November-December plans, although it is expected to post a significant October underbuild. Still, the industry remains on track to ...

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