As vehicle output declines in the U.S. and Canada, Mexican car and truck production increased 49.3% in October compared to like-1999 totals (194,706 vs. 130,415). That's the largest monthly rise this year. Ten months into 2000, outturn is running 26.6% ahead of year-ago figures, 1,624,533 vs. 1,283,379 (see data p.6). Production increased at every high-volume manufacturer, with the Big Three leading the way. General Motors de Mexico S.A. de C.V.'s volume topped like-1999's 19,438-unit ...
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