North American manufacturers are on track to meet their September production schedules, but with some big swings in cars and trucks and a large overbuild at General Motors Corp. Ward's estimates September production will total 1.428 million, the same as scheduled for the month and 14.7% above same-month 2001. It will mark the biggest increase in monthly output this year. Manufacturers will meet their September plan by overbuilding their truck schedules by nearly 40,000 units. ...
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