Shipments of Chrysler PT Cruisers and big increases in Dodge Neon and Stratus car volume hiked overall industry exports 14.3% in calendar 2000 to 546,390 units. DaimlerChrysler Corp. was the No.1 exporter, sending 184,730 U.S.- and Canada-built vehicles to other markets, up 46.9% from the 125,774 shipped in 1999. PT Cruiser accounted for 24,609 additional units in 2000. Neon shipments rose 31.2%, Stratus was up by 385%. Ford Motor Co. slipped to No.2 on the export list, despite a 10.4% ...

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