For the third straight year Ontario, Canada, is the top auto-producing state or province in North America, but No.2 Michigan will regain some lost ground in 2007, a Ward’s forecast shows. In addition, Indiana, which fell behind Tennessee and Alabama in the Top 10 rankings in 2006, will take back its sixth-place spot next year, data indicate. Total North American new-vehicle production, including medium- and heavy-duty trucks, will finish the year at an estimated 15,833,096 units, down ...
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