North American automotive production planners once again apply the knife to second-quarter output plans in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, but this time their actions are more judicious than those made a month ago. A net 17,600 units were eliminated in the latest go-around compared with the 44,500 dropped in the late-March review, leaving 4,239,500 vehicles slated for assembly in April-June. That compares with the 4,257,100 builds scheduled a month ago and the 4,702,100 that were ...
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