General Motors Corp. and DaimlerChrysler Corp.’s Chrysler Group pulled back on production in January to more than offset overbuilds at most of the remaining major producers, based on Ward’s preliminary look at January North American production. Manufacturers will build an estimated 1.288 million units in January, 1.0% ahead of year-ago but nearly 33,000 units below what originally was planned for the month.(See related data: Ward's North American Estimated Production by Manufacturer and ...

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