Even as DaimlerChrysler Corp. continues to wrestle with further cuts to its January-March output plans, General Motors Corp., facing a whopping 104 days' supply of U.S. inventory, last week whacked another 103,500 units from its first-quarter build schedule (see Ward's Automotive Reports — Dec. 4, '00, p.6), much of it in January. GM's revised January-March output plan calls for 1,283,000 completions, down 7.5% from the prior figure of 1,386,500, and 13.6%, or 202,600 units, below ...
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