The pace of new car and truck exports from U.S. and Canadian plants picked up a bit in March, a survey by Ward's reveals. First-quarter shipments totaled 124,177 vehicles, down 8.1% from like-2000's 135,108. But exports had been pacing 16.7% behind year-ago through February. Shipments to “Other America” — Mexico, Greenland, Central and South America — are outrunning like-2000, up 5.5%. Exports to Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia/Oceania remain down, however. Car shipments trail ...
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