Facing slower sales, Chrysler Group is trimming planned third-quarter output by some 25,000 units, while General Motors Corp., having set a less robust initial plan, is staying pat with its July-September slate. The remaining member of the Big Three, Ford Motor Co., still is sweating the details and won’t reveal what, if any, changes are in the works to its Q3 plan for a couple more weeks. Related document: Ward's North America Production Schedule Chrysler, ...
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