DETROIT – The lockout of dockworkers on the West Coast early in October took a chunk out of North American production for the month. But increases to the November and December production schedule at Ford Motor Co. and a heavy October overbuild by General Motors Corp. will keep the fourth quarter close to what was planned a month ago. Fourth-quarter North American output is scheduled at 4.011 million units, about 6,600 units less than the month-ago plan but 2.7% more than ...
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