North American auto makers are pulling back on production in November, based on Ward's estimates for the month. The pullback is mostly in trucks and will cause total North American output to come up an estimated 37,300 units short of what previously was scheduled. Ward's estimates North American production will end at 1.266 million units, 5.3% below November 2002’s 1.336 million. (See related data: Ward's North American Estimated Production by Manufacturer and Country) ...
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