North American production in February may improve over January but not by much, due to some extended plant shutdowns and rate reductions at others. February’s estimated output of 708,457 vehicles represents a staggering 45.0% shortfall from year-ago’s 1,288,816, according to Ward’s forecast. However, a more moderate decline is anticipated in March, when estimated production of 853,818 units will trail year-ago’s 1,118,031 by 23.6%. Next month’s output still will be the lowest for March ...

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