The already weak North American April-June car and truck production schedules just got weaker as auto makers voted to pare a net 63,100 units from the previous slate – with Ford Motor Co. still mulling revisions to its second-quarter tally. That’s on top of an additional145,400-unit estimated underbuild in the year’s first quarter that included a 96,600-vehicle short fall in final February data and an estimated loss of 49,300 assemblies in March. Related document: ...
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