DETROIT – A week after adding some 17,900 units to first-quarter North American production plans, General Motors Corp. has again boosted output, this time by 17, 200 units. Thus, GM’s first-quarter schedule – now totaling 1,261,500 cars and trucks – stands 35,100 units, or 2.8%, ahead of where it was a month ago. It is 9.3% above the 1,185,900 vehicles built in GM’s North American plants a year ago. That compares with a 4.6% increase vs. year-ago for the Chrysler Group and a decline of ...

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