Eying waning sales, some major North American auto makers appear to have slowed production in October vs. initial plans. Additionally, Ford Motor Co. has revised its remaining fourth-quarter schedule by cutting 20,200 trucks from November-December, with 19,500 of that taken out of November. Chrysler Group also reset its November-December plans by adding some 14,000 units, partially making up for an October underbuild. North American manufacturers are on track to build an estimated ...
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