Mexican car and truck assembly plants continue to crank up production, with March volume of 166,549 units 26.0% above like-1999's 142,158 (see data p.6). Total production for the domestic market was up 26.3% during the month to 45,975 units. Car and truck output for export rose 25.8% to 120,574. U.S. Big Three automakers saw volume rise 27.3% for the month, mostly due to a 33.2% gain in production for export markets. General Motors de Mexico S.A. de C.V. hiked production a whopping 84.1% ...
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