North American car and truck output in the second quarter is being trimmed by 77,200 units and could dip further when General Motors Corp. winds up its scheduling review early next week. So far, the industry’s April-June production slate has fallen to 4,223,600 units, a 1.8% decline from the 4,300,800 vehicles on the books a month ago and 1.6% less than the 4,292,700 units built in like-2005. Related document: Ward’s North America Production Schedule Not ...
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