Light-vehicle production in Mexico dropped 3.4% in April to 136,524 units vs. 141,361 year-ago. Export production was up 2.0% at 106,205, while output for the domestic market dropped 18.6% to 30,319 units compared with like-2005’s 37,242. Related document: <I>Ward's</I> North America Vehicle Production Summary U.S. Big Three production jumped a modest 4.8% from year-ago, thanks in part to the continued strength of Ford Motor Co. S.A. de C.V.’s Ford Fusion, Mercury Milan ...

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