Ford Motor Co. is tweaking its first-quarter output plans to a total of 3,116,600 cars and trucks, a net gain of 8,800 units from the prior slate of 3,107,800. The changes include a cut of 9,500 units in January that is more than offset by increases of 4,400 in February and 13,900 units in March. An 8,400-unit spike in car production accounts for nearly all of the gain, thanks to an increase of 11,500 units in Mexico, where the auto maker’s new midsize models are built. Partially ...
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