Vehicle production in Mexico declined 9.7% in September vs. year-ago to 132,413 units, according to Ward’s data. The drop-off marks the 12th consecutive month of dialed-back production on a year-over-year basis but closes the gap from August, when output was down 21.2% from like-2002. Year-to-date production in Mexico trails 2002 by 13.6% at 1,211,583 units. (See related data: Ward’s Mexico Production by Vehicle Line) DaimlerChrysler de Mexico S.A. de C.V. increased production from ...

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