While Ford continues to mull changes in its second-quarter output plans, the rest of the industry is adding some 74,100 units to their production schedules for the period. The gains so far, spread across all three months but weighted more toward April and June, result from increased output at Chrysler and several transplant auto makers, notably Nissan and Volkswagen. Absent Ford, which will unveil any changes later this month following its Q1 earnings report, 4,243,100 cars and trucks ...
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