Despite U.S. demand expected to continue sliding, and more factory slowdowns on tap for the remainder of 2017, year-over-year comparisons for North American production should start to look better in 2018. However, for the final quarter of this year, North American automakers again reduced their fourth-quarter 2017 plans for light-vehicle production, though the outlook brightened for medium- and heavy-duty trucks. Including a September shortfall from plan of about 60,000 units, the ...

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