General Motors Corp. is making some changes to its North American second-quarter production plans but is keeping volume steady. Following its latest review of the April-June slate, the auto maker is boosting May production by 3,000 cars, nearly offsetting a 1,100-unit April shortfall and the 2,000 vehicles trimmed from its June plan. Related document: <i>Ward's</i> North American Production Schedule On the truck side, the addition of 1,000 units in June will more than make ...

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