North American automakers built 1,471,241 light vehicles in May, 2.3% below same-month 2014. Canada saw a big decline in production, dropping 20.7% from year-ago to 177,557 units. All automakers in the country posted negative year-over-year results, with FCA and Ford recording double digit declines. Over the first five months of the year, output was down 8.9%. Mexican plants delivered 286,592 LVs, a record high for May and third-best of any month, although just 0.1% above last year’s ...

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