Car and truck production in Mexico totaled 143,352 units in March, down 13.9% from the 166,548 vehicles made during like-2001, according to Ward’s data. Three months into 2002, output is tracking 6.5% behind year-ago. Outturn for domestic and foreign markets is down 8.8% and 5.6%, respectively. (view related data: Mexico Vehicle Production—March 2002) In March, production for domestic destinations tumbled 14.3%, while output for other countries totaled 104,051, a 13.8% decline from the ...

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