Car and truck production in Mexico totaled 132,296 units in February, down 9.0% from the 145,411 vehicles built during like-2002, marking the fourth straight month of decline from prior-year results. Output for sale domestically fell 9.6% in February to 35,217 units, while production bound for overseas markets dipped 8.8% to 97,079 vehicles (see related data: Ward's North American Vehicle Production Summary). DaimlerChrysler de Mexico S.A. de C.V.'s Chrysler Group dialed back output ...

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