Mexican car and truck makers produced 157,331 vehicles in January, an increase of 18.9% compared to the 132,267 units made in like-2000 (see data p.6). January's increase is significant because Mexican output was at an all-time high in 2000. But it still marked a slowing in industry growth. January's 16.6% gain on December volumes was the lowest since the December 1999-January 2000 period. U.S. Big Three producers ratcheted up outturn 11.2% in January compared to like-2000, as a 33.7% ...
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