Following the round of scheduling meetings that ended last week, auto industry output plans for the October-December quarter stand at a tenuous 3,942,300 units as producers grapple with market conditions following the Sept. 11 terrorists attacks in the U.S. North American fourth-quarter car and truck production plans posted last week showed a modest overall increase of 47,900 units rather than the widely expected decline from the 3,894,400-unit plan in place a month ago. But the gain is ...

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