Ford Motor Co. isn’t planning any cuts in its 649,300-unit first-quarter North American output slate, but it is pulling forward into January some U.S. car production while delaying a portion of U.S. truck output until later in the period. According to Ford’s latest production plans, its U.S. car plants now are set to build 32,400 units in January, up from 28,400, while February falls to 22,900 from 24,900 and March declines to 20,700 from 22,700. Conversely, January’s U.S. truck plan now ...

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