Production of cars and trucks in Mexico continued to slump in February, with output of 121,321 units representing an 8.3% decline from year-prior. Vehicle production intended for the domestic market saw year-on-year gains of 3.1%, to 35,401 units, but export output of 85,920, down 12.2% from year-prior’s 97,913 units, dragged down the total. (See related data: Ward's Mexico Production by Vehicle Line) Chrysler increased Mexican production of the Dodge Ram. DaimlerChrysler de ...

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