Car and truck production in Mexico declined in December and in 2002 against previous year totals, Ward’s data indicate. Mexican output hit 88,604 in December, down 23.4% from the 145,810 vehicles built during the last month of 2001. Production in 2002 declined 2.8% to 1,805,507 vs. 1,857,114 in 2001. (see related story: Ward's Mexico Production by Vehicle Line) Chevy Suburban production in Mexico declined 17.1% in December compared to year-ago. In December, outturn for the ...

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