WASHINGTON -- Growth in industrial production slowed in April as automakers cut back on the pace of assembly lines for the second month in a row, the Federal Reserve Board reported yesterday.

Total output of factories, mines, and utilities grew 0.3% in April, following gains of 0.5% in each of the first three months of the year, the Fed said. It was the eleventh straight monthly advance in production.

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