Production of cars and trucks in Mexico in October hit 174,928 units, an 8.5% drop from the 191,083 units made during like-2000. See related data Concern that export production, which accounts for 74.7% of output at Mexican factories, would decline sharply and cause economic hardships hasn’t proven true so far. In October, production for foreign markets dipped 6.9% compared to year-ago’s 140,488 while output for domestic destinations decreased 12.7% from 50,595 to 44,190 units. Eleven ...
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