North American manufacturers appear to be pulling back on truck production in November, and remixing output more in favor of cars. Based on production reported for the month so far, and known plant schedules, both General Motors Corp. and Chrysler Group are reigning in truck output. Ford Motor Co. is pacing to come in relatively close to its truck plan, while, along with Chrysler, it ramps up car production to an above-schedule rate. The rest of the industry is tracking ahead of their ...
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