After months of continued incentive-fueled strength in North American new vehicle sales, output plans are beginning to reflect the softness expected in the market in coming months. The initial look at North American vehicle output plans for April-June shows auto makers building roughly the same number of cars and trucks as they did in the first quarter – despite having an average of three more work days – and 8.6% fewer than were built in April-June 2002. Presently, auto ...

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