North American auto makers, with Ford still mulling changes, nudge up the first-quarter production slate by a modest 12,500 units in their most recent round of scheduling meetings, from where it stood a month ago. The industry now is set to build 4,015,400 vehicles in the January-March period, at first blush some 24,500 fewer units than the previous 4,039,900 tally in which Toyota's Canadian production plans were overstated. Based on the now-adjusted Toyota figures, the prior Q1 ...
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