Production of cars and trucks in Mexico declined 15.1% in July to 123,795 units, down from the 145,810 vehicles made during like-2002, according to Ward’s data. Chevy Silverado was the top selling truck in Mexico last month. That’s the second-largest decrease this year and the 10th consecutive month production totals have dropped off vs. prior-year results. Seen months into 2003, Mexican vehicle production is trailing year-ago by 12.9%. (See related data: Ward's Mexico ...

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