MEXICO CITY, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Mexico's autoparts industry, Latin America's largest, won't show growth in direct exports for 2003 but a global recovery could allow 3 percent growth next year, an industry spokesman said on Wednesday. Exports of autoparts in 2003 will total close to last year's $10.178 billion, said Ramon Suarez, head of the National Autoparts Industry (INA). The INA, made up of 195 autoparts manufacturers, said it expects its total production - including autoparts sold ...
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