Total May light-vehicle output in Mexico dropped 4.6% from year-ago to 175,220 units, as a 6.1% slide in export production overshadowed a meager 0.7% uptick in domestic builds. Combined, the U.S. Big Three slumped 5.6%, as Ford Motor Co. S.A. de C.V. was alone in posting an increase, up 13.6% to 31,703 vehicles. General Motors de Mexico S.A. de C.V. output dropped 15.2% to 37,083 units, while Chrysler de Mexico LLC’s production was off 9.4% to 27,048. Related document: ...

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