DETROIT – Scheduled North American production for the third quarter is raised to 3.923 million, an increase of 9,200 units from what was slated for the month and 10.4% above year-ago’s actual total for the period. The increase is largely due to the DaimlerChrysler Corp.’s Chrysler Group, which is offsetting a major shortfall in trucks for July with hefty increases to its August and September schedules (see related data: August 2002 NA Production Schedule). Everyone else is ...
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