Mexico’s total light-vehicle output in May fell 43.9% from year-ago to 103,148, as troubled U.S. auto makers General Motors Corp. and Chrysler de Mexico LLC made dramatic cuts to their production schedules. GM ceased nearly all output from its Mexico operations as it prepared for its June 1 Chapter 11 filing, while Chrysler de Mexico LLC suffered a complete shutdown after its parent entered bankruptcy April 30. The Mexican operations of GM and Chrysler were excluded from the filings of ...

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