The North American auto industry’s April-June production slate now stands at 30,300 more units than it did a month ago the latest figures from the production planners show. It is the second consecutive monthly increase in official April-June production plans, which started at 4,237,700 vehicle assemblies in early March but now stand at 4,277,400 units. However, most of that increase already has been accomplished, with 36,500 units having been added to the April slate over the course of ...
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