Auto makers, casts a wary eye on the still-cloudy outlook for new-vehicle sales, are revising near-term production plans from the opposite ends of the spectrum. Overall, revised third-quarter industry plans call for the assembly of 2,393,100 cars and trucks in North America, down 41,400 units from a month ago and 21.5% less than the 3,049,000 built in like-2008. Related document: North America Production Schedule Q3 - July 2009 However, anticipating a sales lift from the new ...

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