Mexican car and truck production hit 139,079 units in September, the highest total of 1999 and a rise of 12.1% from year-ago's 124,083 (see data p.6). September's tally also bests 1998's high, set in March when 134,533 vehicles were made. Nine months into 1999, car and truck output is running 6.1% ahead of like-1998 figures (1,151,642 vs. 1,085,843). September is the sixth straight month outturn has increased against year-ago totals. Production for the domestic market is creeping ...

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