North American automakers built 1,352,170 light vehicles in November, 2.2% below same-month 2013. Inventory control and short-term plant closures for retooling brought the greatest year-over-year decrease of 2014. Production from the Detroit Three fell 10.4% as each manufacturer showed a drop. Ford had the worst result, down 14.7%. General Motors also recorded a double-digit decrease, 12.2%. Chrysler, while up 11.6% over the first 11 months of this year, showed a 3.5% decline in ...


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