With consumers hoarding their currency, the dearth of vehicle-showroom shoppers is leading to another round of cutbacks in North American plants. Some 200,700 units are being eliminated from first-quarter production-schedule revisions, bringing to 784,900 the number of car and truck assemblies cut from the January-March roster since plans first were formulated early in December. Related document: North America Production Schedule Q1 – February 2009 About 91,200 units, or nearly half of ...
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