A slowdown in U.S. auto sales continues to impact second-quarter vehicle output schedules. In their recent round of scheduling meetings, industry executives pared another 44,500 units from the revised April-June plan of just two weeks ago when Ford Motor Co. belatedly outlined its official second-quarter schedule for the first time. Without any changes in the Ford figures, the industry now plans to build 4,257,100 cars and trucks in the second quarter, down 8.6% from the ...
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