U.S. and Canada vehicle exports posted double-digit gains compared to like-1999 levels in February, as shipments of cars and trucks jumped a combined 15.1%, or 36,622 units. Shipments of trucks showed the largest percentage gains, climbing 27.4% to 18,891 units from 14,828 in like-1999. Among the marques contributing to the rise are Jeep (up 95%), Dodge (86%), Chevrolet (71.4%) and Ford (29%). On the car side, shipments were up 4.4% to 17,731 units from 16,985. On a volume basis, Ford ...
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