DETROIT – North America’s automotive productivity race gets a little more interesting as the Chrysler Group and General Motors Corp. log major improvements in 2002 while some of the major operations of Honda of America Manufacturing Inc. and Toyota Motor Mfg. Corp. stumble for the first time. Measured by the just-released results of the 14th annual Harbour Report on production efficiency, the manufacturing and assembly operations of Nissan Motor Mfg. Corp., Honda and Toyota in North ...
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