Mexico production fell 13.9% in October from prior-year to 188,810 units, marking the smallest year-on-year decline in 2009 and perhaps sending a signal the industry has begun to stabilize. Builds for export in the month dropped 11.7%, compared with like-2008, to 147,132 units, while domestic output tumbled 21.1% to 41,678. U.S. Big Three production slid 14.8% vs. year-ago to 95,898 units. General Motors de Mexico S.A. de C.V. was down 11.3% to 48,098, and Chrysler Group de Mexico LLC’s ...

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