When President Vicente Fox of the National Action Party was sworn into office on Dec. 1, 2000, ending the seven-decade reign of the Institutional Revolutionary Party with promises of transforming Mexico from a poor and underdeveloped country into one of the world’s economic heavyweights, skeptics said expectations were far too high. (view related data: Automakers' Addresses) The skeptics were right. Mexico’s ascension to a global economic and automotive powerhouse went on siesta in 2001 ...
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