With a watchful eye on a much-anticipated spring market upturn, Ward's forecasts North American auto makers will build at an 11.7 million-unit seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) in April, up significantly from 10.2 million in March and 10.8 million in February. April marks the first time this year the SAAR has met or exceeded year-ago. Last April, auto makers posted an identical 11.7 million production SAAR on the heels of an 11.8 million-unit rate in March. At an average daily rate ...

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