North American producers overall are running close to plan in November, with overbuilds by some offsetting underbuilds by others. Noticeable cutbacks include a shortfall in cars at General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co., although Ford is somewhat offsetting that with stronger truck output. Not accounted for in the most recent schedule was Volkswagen de Mexico S.A. de C.V.’s closing of its Puebla, Mexico, car plant for the entire month because of changeover to the redesigned Jetta. ...

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