Ford Motor Co. is keeping any changes in its January-March output plan under wraps until later this month, but revisions elsewhere – primarily by Chrysler LLC and General Motors Co. – have first-quarter truck production rising 45,200 units from the level planned a month ago. However, largely offsetting that will be 32,800 fewer cars now scheduled for completion in the period. The total number of cars and trucks slated for first-quarter assembly now stands at 2,926,300, up 0.4%, or 12,400 ...
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