Weakening sales in the key U.S. market have prompted North American auto makers to trim the number of cars and trucks to be built in April-June for the second consecutive month. At the same time, their initial output schedules for the third quarter indicate July-September production will trail year-ago by 2% – barring a contract strike following expiration of Big Three labor agreements with the United Auto Workers union in mid-September. In the latest round of schedule ...
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