The 127,290 vehicles built in Mexico in November represents an increase of 9.2% compared to like-1998 results (see data p.6). That's despite the production cuts made by the U.S Big Three makers, which are going through a variety of model changeovers that are reducing outturn at their assembly plants. The automakers' combined November output dropped 8.2% against like-1998 figures. The DaimlerChrysler Corp. unit, Grupo DaimlerChrysler Mexico SA, posted the biggest decline (-13.2%) of the ...
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