General Motors Corp., last of the North American auto makers to complete a review of fourth-quarter production plans, is making no major changes to overall output volume in the quarter. However, a modest cut in truck production is being offset by increased car volume. The auto maker’s October-December slate calls for the production of 1,217,400 cars and trucks in North America, some 900 units more than were on the schedule a month ago, including 6,300 fewer trucks but 7,200 more cars. ...

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