The 131,755 cars and trucks built in Mexico in January represents a 13.5% increase over year-ago figures (see date p.6). Last month's output was the largest since September. Production for foreign and native markets increased in January compared to like-1999 figures. The DaimlerChrysler Corp. unit of Grupo DaimlerChrysler Mexico SA posted the only decline in production among manufacturers. The automaker's output fell 14% during the first month of 2000 compared to year-ago results. ...

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