The long-term outlook for vehicle production in the U.S. already was set for a return to the days of yesteryear when the Trump Administration began its full-court press to get better terms with major trading partners, in part with the aim to bring more manufacturing to the U.S. Based on analysis by Wards Intelligence: If current plans remain in place, and barring a recession, annual U.S. light-vehicle production will surpass 12 million units by 2021 – a level previously topped only ...

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