June’s light-vehicle production in Mexico fell 5.7% from year-ago to 187,113 units, as a 13.7% decrease in export builds offsets a 32.2% increase in domestic output. U.S. Big Three production dipped 1.3%, compared with year-ago, to 101,641 units, largely due to a 20.5% drop in Chrysler de Mexico LLC output to 25,506 vehicles. Ford Motor Co. S.A. de C.V. hiked production 25.5% to 31,157 units, while General Motors de Mexico S.A. de C.V. builds slipped 1.3% to 44,978. Related document: ...
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