DETROIT -- Passenger car and truck exports from plants in the U.S. and Canada continue to slide from year-ago levels. Overall shipments totaled 306,238 through August, a drop of 11.5% from the 346,088 of like-2000. They are losing ground: through May shipments were down only 8.9% compared to the previous year. See related data Passenger car exports, at 145,975 through August, represent a 12.1% drop from like-2000’s 166,043, again substantially worse than the 8.1% slowdown being ...

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