The industry’s latest round of production-schedule reviews brings modest cuts by some auto makers that are offset by slight increases elsewhere, resulting in virtually no change in the overall fourth-quarter volume of 3,101,200 vehicles, down just 100 units from a month earlier. The most significant adjustments are being made by the Detroit Three. Ford Motor Co. scores a 24,900-unit fourth-quarter increase, chiefly by boosting truck output 15,200 units, including the 12,000 additional ...

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