While Ford Motor Co. continues to review its April-June North American production plans, the rest of the industry slates a 26,700-unit increase in car and truck output for the year’s second quarter. This follows an expected 21,000-unit gain in March production as final output figures for the month roll in, especially at Chrysler Group, where full March output is some 33,600 units ahead of plan. The revisions boost planned April-June output to 4,300,800 cars and trucks, nudging it past the ...
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