Ford Motor Co. has trimmed its first-quarter North American production plan by 6,900 units to 906,300 cars and trucks, some 9.8% below the 1,004,700 completions chalked up in like-2004. The reduction was confined to U.S. car plants, where January-March output now is set at 202,900, or 7,400 units below the level posted a month ago. Car output in Canada and Mexico increased by 500 units to 57,600 completions. (See related data: Ward’s North American Production Schedule) Ford’s North ...
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