Mexican car and truck production continued to level in March with output totaling 165,685 units, an increase of 0.5% compared to 164,864 cars and trucks made during like-2000 (see data p.6). Export production, which accounts for nearly three-quarters of total output, declined 4.8% compared to year-ago — the first drop since October of 1999. Production for the domestic market rose 16.9% in March vs. like-2000's 40,452-unit output. Three months into 2001, Mexican production is 6.7% ahead ...

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