Production of cars and trucks in Mexico hit 163,677 units in January, a whopping 69.7% increase over like-2005’s 96,468 total. Most of the increase stems from a 90.9% jump in export production to 121,915 units. Output for the domestic market rose 28.0% to 41,762 units. (See related data: Ward’s Mexico Production by Vehicle Line) Production by the U.S. Big Three shot up 72.5% to 87,659 units. A 90.8% increase in export output accounted for the bulk of the increase. Volkswagen Mexico ...
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