North American auto workers won't get a breather from their hectic work pace in the second quarter, even though the industry is scheduled to build fewer vehicles in April-June than the any-quarter record output estimated for January-March, due to fewer available work days — 61 vs. 63. Barring a sudden collapse in the U.S. market (not likely based on February sales results), workers will be scrambling to assemble an average of 77,887 cars and trucks daily in the second quarter to reach the ...
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