U.S. auto makers hoping to keep pace with growing consumer demand face an uphill battle in the coming weeks as they race to regain precious production lost after a record snowstorm shuttered operations from Texas to Toronto. Last month, car companies took advantage of growing consumer confidence in the wake of the global recession that spun General Motors Co. and Chrysler Group LLC into bankruptcy stints. The restructured GM led all auto makers with a 23% surge in light-vehicle ...
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