Production of cars and trucks in Mexico declined 27.5% in April, the biggest monthly decrease vs. the previous year since July 1986. Buick Rendezvous production up 7.8% in April. Mexican producers assembled 124,615 vehicles in April vs. 171,981 units during like-2002, marking the sixth straight month production has declined against prior-year. (See related story: Ward's North America Vehicle Production Summary) The top six manufacturers recorded production decreases. ...

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