As selling new cars and trucks gets tougher, North American auto makers are deleting 58,400 units from their May-June game plans. The cuts come on top of an estimated 139,400-unit April shortfall, due mostly to the American Axle Mfg. &Holdings Inc. strike that accounted for virtually all of the 133,100 units General Motors Corp. “lost” during the month. The industry’s revised slate calls for production of 3,780,900 cars and trucks in April-June, down 8.7% from the 4,141,600 vehicles ...
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