Production of cars and trucks in Mexico totaled 120,773 units in March, down 13.6% from the 139,861 vehicles built during like-2004. Output for the domestic market increased 9.4% to 38,734 units vs. year-ago’s 35,396-unit total. Export production posted a dramatic decline, with volume off 21.5% to 82,039 units, compared with like-2004’s 104,465. (See related data: Ward’s Mexico Vehicle Production By Vehicle Line) Output was up 28.3% at Nissan Mexicana S.A. de C.V., as the auto maker ...

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