DETROIT -- With U.S. dealer stock low and early January sales reportedly stronger than expected, Ford Motor Co. has boosted its planned first-quarter North American output by 7.1% or 69,400 units to 1,043,400. That’s still 2.2% under like-2001’s 1,066,900 assemblies. See related data In its first revision to January-March plans in more than a month, Ford increased its U.S. car output by 23,700 units; U.S. trucks by 30,400; Canada cars by 5,200 and Canada trucks by 9,900. In Mexico, car ...
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