General Motors Corp. continued to ramp up production even as most of the rest of the industry pulled back a little in May, based on production through the first three weeks of the month and projections by Ward’s. North American output will come in close to schedule – 1.612 million units vs. the 1.607 million slated for the period at the beginning of May – mostly due to an anticipated overbuild of 20,000 units by GM. GM’s extra production includes 11,700 cars and 8,300 trucks. (view ...

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