Exports from U.S. and Canadian ports rose 12.2% during the first half of 2000, despite a slight decline in June, according to the latest data received from companies participating in a Ward's survey. The data also show Mexico to be far and away the most popular destination for U.S./Canada exports, while the Dodge Neon is the region's most popular export vehicle. June exports (excluded in the data are shipments of Mercedes M-Class sport/utility vehicles and the BMW Z3, which are not ...
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