DETROIT – Production of cars and trucks in Mexico totaled 124,139 units in November, down 14.3% from the 144,810 vehicles made during like-2002. Output during the first 11 months of 2003 is running 13.7% behind year-ago figures (1,480,817 vs. 1,716,144). Every major manufacturer cut production except DaimlerChrysler de Mexico S.A. de C.V., which increased output 6.0% to 23,891 from like-2002’s 22,536. Output was up for Dodge Ram and PT Cruiser. (See related data: Ward's North America ...

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