More Detroit Three Assembly Work Headed to Mexico

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By Paul Lienert and Joseph White DETROIT, Nov 16 (Reuters) - Detroit's Big Three automakers are accelerating plans to produce more small cars for the North American market in Mexico as they seek to reduce labor costs, while using higher-paid U.S. workers to build their very profitable trucks, sport utility vehicles and luxury cars. New versions of several of their popular U.S. compact cars are expected to be made in Mexico, people familiar with the companies' plans said. They ...

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