Mexican car and truck production remained strong in November, up 29.6% vs. like-1999 figures (166,878 vs. 128,725) even as the industry entered its traditionally slow sales period and markets in the U.S. and Canada continued to cool. However, November's rise against year-ago is down markedly compared to October's 49.3% rise vs. like-1999. Eleven months into 2000, production is running 26.7% ahead of 1999's January-November totals (1,788,689 vs. 1,412,104). Only low volume manufacturers ...

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