General Motors Corp.'s Moraine, OH, assembly plant resumed midsize sport/utility vehicle production last Thursday (April 19). It was shuttered April 6 due to a recall because of a faulty bracket linking the front suspension and chassis. With a full production slate on tap before the recall, GM Chief Financial Officer John Devine says the automaker won't be able to make up the lost units in the near term. “We won't be able to make up 10,000 of the new (midsize SUVs),” Mr. Devine says. “We'll ...

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