The 113,563 cars and trucks built in Mexico in July represents a 17.1% increase from the 97,005 vehicles built year-ago (see data p.6). That's the fourth month production totals have improved on like-1998 totals. Calendar-year outturn is running 4.3% ahead of year-ago data. In July, vehicle production stayed healthy, primarily due to export business. Output for foreign markets climbed 39.1% compared to year-ago (81,910 vs. 58,896) thanks to considerable export increases at General Motors ...

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