Shipment of cars and trucks from U.S. and Canadian plants to other markets picked up slightly in September, but the pace still trails like-2000 results. Through the first nine months of 2001, exports totaled 350,625, a decline from the 390,203 units shipped during the same period a year earlier. That 10.1% falloff represents an improvement from a month earlier, when shipments trailed like-2000 by 11.5%. See related data Other America” continues to be the most resilient export ...
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