While Ford Motor Co. production planners sweat the details of a "slight" fourth-quarter output increase announced by Chairman and CEO Bill Ford, other auto makers have moved ahead with a 2,700-unit gain in North American production for the period. The industry now has 4,017,600 cars and trucks booked for completion in the final quarter, up from the 4,014,900 units in place as of mid-September when Ford set its output for the period at 960,000 (see related data: Ward's North America ...
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