Car and truck production in Mexico totaled 145,810 units in November, down 11.8% from the 165,302 vehicles built during like-2001. F-Series production in Mexico declined 49.7% in November Output for the local market hit 37,437 units in November, a decline of 11.9% compared with year-ago’s 42,481. Production for export dropped 11.8% from 122,821 to 108,373. (see related data: Ward's Mexico Production By Vehicle Line) The U.S. Big Three auto makers slashed combined outturn 16.2% ...

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