North American vehicle output will wind up 5.3% below year-ago for the first two months of 2006, according to the latest Ward’s production forecast. The Ward’s outlook has 2.54 million cars and trucks rolling off the lines in the 2-month period, compared with 2.68 million in like-2006. The sluggishness is expected to last at least through the end of the first quarter. Related document: Ward's Jan./Feb. North American Vehicle Production Outlook Despite having one more workday than ...
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