North American auto industry output planners concluded their latest round of scheduling meetings late last week with virtually no overall change in the robust April-June assembly plan. There were some machinations among various manufacturers that resulted in 21,100 units being pulled from the previous August plan and all but 400 of them being assigned for completion in June (4,900) and September (15,800). In particular, General Motors Corp. lopped some 21,000-plus units from its ...
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