Just before exiting for the year-end holiday break, most auto makers last week trimmed some 20,100 units from their first-quarter 2003 production plans amid worries the U.S. market appears to be slowing as the drawing power of incentives wanes. (see related data: North America Production Schedule) Additional units may be cut when Ford Motor Co. finalizes a revision to its January-March output schedule mid-month. General Motors Corp. officials also were reported to be keeping a ...
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