Output of cars and trucks in Mexico hit 172,160 units in September, a 23.6% rise on like-1999's 139,266, but down 4.5% from August levels (see data p.6). The September results again were led by production for export, which rose 32.2% from year-ago, while output for domestic consumption climbed a much more modest 3.9%. However, the decline from August production resulted from an 8.7% drop in export-bound builds. Big Three production rose 26.3% from like-1999, with DaimlerChrysler de ...
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