Strong sales expectations have prompted auto makers to adjust their record-level third-quarter North American output plans upward slightly. That action comes a month after they reported unexpectedly strong production in the month of May. The industry’s latest round of scheduling meetings has resulted in a July-September slate calling for 4,212,400 car and truck completions, 10,000 more than previously planned. The third-quarter tally now is 6.5% higher than the 3,956,800 vehicles built ...

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