May light-vehicle output in Mexico rose 25.4% from year-ago to 232,195 units, as domestic builds and export production showed gains of 26.2% and 25.1%, respectively. Detroit Three output increased 19.1% to 122,120 units. Chrysler Mexico and Ford Mexico boosted production 56.5% and 16.9%, respectively. General Motors Mexico builds slipped 3.4% to 49,641. Most Japan-based auto makers failed to rebound from a moribund April. In May, Honda Mexico and Toyota Mexico build rates plummeted ...

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