Production of cars and trucks in Mexico totaled 98,883 units in December, up 11.7% from the 88,526 vehicles assembled year-ago. December’s production increase shattered a string of 14 consecutive months that output declined vs. previous-year results. Output in Mexico declined 12.5% in 2003 to 1,579,700 units from 2002’s 1,804,670, according to Ward’s. (See related data: Ward’s Mexico Production By Vehicle Line) Production at Nissan’s Puebla, Mexico, plant was up 39.8% in ...

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