MEXICO CITY, Nov 27 (Reuters) - The Mexican unit of U.S. car giant General Motors said on Wednesday it expected to make 500,000 vehicles this year compared with 447,802 in 2001. Carlos Gelista, GM Mexico spokesman, told Reuters the company saw output rising 5 to 7 percent next year on higher U.S. demand. "We are producing (this year) half a million units both for the local market and for export," Gelista said. Mexico is the 10th biggest car producer in the world and has attracted ...
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