Reflecting the still-robust nature of U.S. new-vehicle sales, North American automakers ratcheted their May-June output plans upward 2.2% in the latest round of scheduling meetings that ended last week. That move followed a similar increase in April, when the month's preliminary output count wound up some 2.3% ahead of schedule. The industry's revised plans show 3,078,000 cars and trucks booked for completion in May and June, up 67,100 units from the 3,010,900 planned for assembly in the ...
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