While General Motors Corp. continues to review its May-June production plans, other auto makers have stepped up to the plate with adjustments, resulting in a 70,100-unit cut in second-quarter production, bringing the industry's second-quarter North-American output tally to 4,322,400 units. That still is 0.7% ahead of year-ago's 4,294,000 cars and trucks and ranks sixth best in history, trailing 1996 production for the period by just 3,600 units. However, it is some 501,000 units, or ...
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