Mexican car and truck production totaled 122,055 units in April, a slight increase (0.4%) from the 121,540 vehicles made year-ago (see complete data p.6). April's on par output with strong like-1998 totals could be viewed as positive for the market because analysts were forecasting the second quarter to further deteriorate from the market's poor January-March finish. Export production improved its standing against year-ago results. But output for native markets lagged 8.5% behind ...

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