Mexican manufacturers produced 152,516 cars and trucks in January, a decline of 2.8% vs. the 156,872 vehicles assembled during like-2001, according to Ward’s data. A slowdown in output for the domestic market takes the blame for January’s decline. Production for local sale was off 13.6% from year-ago’s 45,625. Outturn for foreign markets increased 1.7% from 111,247 units to 113,099. See related data Production by the U.S. Big Three was flat in January, 83,145 vs. 81,118 year-ago. ...
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