General Motors Co. and CAMI Automotive Inc., GM’s Ingersoll, ON, Canada, joint-venture with Suzuki Motor Corp., are boosting fourth-quarter production by a combined 19,000 units. The hike is due to lower-than expected dealer stocks and strong demand for new ’10-model Chevrolet and GMC cross/utility vehicles. Compared with the 597,000 cars and trucks in GM’s fourth-quarter slate two weeks ago, the auto maker now expects to build 606,000 vehicles in its North American plants for a 1.5% ...

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