Auto makers are setting their sights on building 3,767,400 cars and trucks in North American assembly plants in the year’s third quarter, a 15% improvement compared with year-ago, when Japanese transplants were operating far below capacity, if at all, due to parts shortages caused by natural disasters. July-September production traditionally is weaker than the April-June period as a number of factories close for a few days to several weeks for vacation and model changeover. The ...
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