DETROIT – North American auto makers will build above their schedules for the seventh consecutive month in August, based on Ward’s projections. Total vehicle production will end August at an estimated 1,520,700 units, equal to 100.8%, or 12,200 units higher than what was slated at the beginning of the month. (view related data:August 2002 NA Estimated Production) The estimate is 5.4% above August 2001’s output and is the second straight month, and sixth of the last eight, that ...

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