Now that all North American auto makers except Ford Motor Co. have finished reviewing their second-quarter production plans, the industry slate for April- June stands 37,200 units below where it was a month ago: 3,978,700 units vs. 4,015,900. That also represents a 3.9% shortfall compared with the 4,146,600 cars and trucks built in second-quarter 2007. Related document: <i>Ward's </i> North America Production Schedule-April 2008 What’s more, it doesn’t take into account ...
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