North American manufacturers are projected to assemble vehicles in July slightly above the industry schedule, but August and September plans could be revised upward if U.S. sales finish the month at the exceptional rate they have been tracking so far. U.S. light-vehicle sales are pacing to end the month at a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of between 19.5 million and 20.0 million, compared with prior’s month’s 17.5 million and year-ago’s 17.2 million. General Motors Corp.’s ...
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